The Big Picture: From banking crisis to sovereign debt crisis to currency crisis (diagram)

Last week’s article ‘The Big Picture: From banking crisis to sovereign debt crisis to currency crisis’, provides a brief outline of each of the macro forces and trends that are currently impacting the global economy and financial markets. Today’s article attempts to show these forces in visual form so that investors can begin to understand the interplay between them.

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The Big Picture: From banking crisis to sovereign debt crisis to currency crisis

This article attempts to outline all the macro forces and trends that are currently impacting the global economy and financial markets. It is only by understanding all of these forces (and the interplay between them) that investors can begin to see the inevitable path from banking crisis to sovereign debt crisis to currency crisis.

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Keynesianism, inflation & euthanasia of the rentier: A survival guide

The Keynesian economic policies being pursued by finance ministers, central bankers and politicians around the world are designed to create inflation and destroy the wealth of investors. This article outlines the dangers and explores ways in which investors can protect themselves.

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The ideal portfolio for investors & retirees seeking maximum reward over the long-term

This article is written in response to requests from several of our readers who are happy to take on a higher degree of risk in exchange for higher potential rewards. The suggested portfolio is designed to capitalise on the primary investment themes that we see over the next 5-10 years.

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The 247Bull financial & economic forecast for 2013 & beyond

This article lays out the 247Bull forecast for 2013 and beyond. It explores the primary factors that will shape our financial and economic futures and aims to prepare investors for the real financial crisis that still lies ahead.

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Despite all the doom & gloom the energy sector still looks attractive

A growing number of market analysts are predicting that the US economy is heading for recession and that stocks have begun a new bear market. Despite all the doom & gloom however, the energy sector still looks attractive.

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