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Who will save Germany?

Thursday, October 8, 2015
Money and Markets

Dear ,

My cycles research is virtually screaming that Phase II of this great government debt crisis — the phase in which the European Union ultimately defaults on its debts — has begun.

Just as I've warned, the era in which governments could amass unpayable debts with impunity has ended. And the era in which mankind pays the price for those debts has begun.

Could the VW scandal be the straw
that breaks Europe's back?

For years now; ever since the European debt crisis first raised its ugly head; most talking heads have assured us that Germany — the economic engine of the EU — would save the day.

But now, the question seems to be, "Who will save Germany?"

There's no doubt that Germany's economy is fragile. Its recent decline into negative growth proved it all too well. So did the shocking news that German unemployment recently spiked dramatically higher.

Now, there are many more storm clouds on the horizon for Germany: Suddenly, many of its trading partners are slashing imports. Plunging oil prices have dramatically reduced Russian demand for German goods. China's economy has problems, too.

According to Bloomberg, German exports have plunged the most since the worst of 2009's "Great Recession," plunging as much as 5% per month.

And while government revenues have been threatened by these events, government expenses are suddenly soaring thanks to the refugee crisis. Suddenly, thousands of displaced people are demanding food, housing, medical care and more from the beleaguered German government.

But even these crises pale by comparison to the nightmare at Volkswagen. VW, Germany's largest employer, is on the ropes; guilty of lying about emissions on eight million cars and liable to spend billions — possibly even give away free cars — to make things right.

One major analyst estimates that VW will ultimately face costs and lost revenue of more than $39 billion.

It's becoming painfully clear:

Before Germany can save Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal or France ...

Before Germany can save the European Union ...

Somebody must first save Germany.

The question is, "who?"

Another important question: How far will the euro and European stocks sink while this crisis unfolds?

Massive profit opportunities beginning now.

In the weeks and months ahead, you will have the opportunity to amass a fortune as the euro continues to plunge and as European stocks continue to crater.

"Although enrollment in my Supercycle Trader has now closed, I will continue these daily updates to help you keep abreast as this crisis continues to unfold."

Many of these investments are already posting massive pre-commission profits of up to 1,267% as the euro continues to plunge ... and profits of up to 1,180% as European stocks continue to implode.

And even though the worst of Japan's debt crisis is still months away, many supercycle investments on the yen and Japanese stocks are already generating profits of up to 1,412% as Japanese stocks collapse and profits of up to 1,421% as the Japanese yen continues to crater.

And of course, flight capital from Europe and Japan are already driving select U.S. investments sky-high. We recently documented several supercycle investments that are posting profits of up to 1,179% as the U.S. dollar continues to skyrocket.

Although enrollment in my Supercycle Trader has now closed, I will continue these daily updates to help you keep abreast as this crisis continues to unfold.

Yours for supercycle survival and profits,

Larry Edelson
Larry Edelson
Senior Analyst, Weiss Research,
Editor, Supercycle Trader


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