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Dividend Alerts, Euro issue
July 12, 2011


July 12th, 2011

  • What if Greece or Italy defaults?

  • Guide to Dividend Investing - special offer

Dear Subscriber

In the May/June 2010 editions of Dividend Alerts, I indicated that the situation in Europe would only get worse. In fact, I forewarned that the future of the EURO as we than knew it was on the cards.

I am increasingly concerned what’s happening across Europe and its potential impact for the UK economy and London stock market.

The current economic and financial turmoil seems to be getting worse. Greece is clearly technically in default, whilst several others appear to be close to that point.

I wouldn’t be surprised if several European countries would actually default - in the next few months, perhaps even weeks.

If that were to happen, we are likely to revisit March 2008 lows in the stock markets around the world. Such a scenario would create huge investment opportunities for the brave, the cash-rich and the well-informed.

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So, what's happening in Europe?

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I am sorry - not happy, but necessary, holiday reading.

Until next time.

Kind regards

Steven Dotsch
Editor
Early Retirement Investor.com

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