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The Brits: Will they stay or will they go?

Friday, November 6, 2015
Money and Markets
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Dear ,

Larry Edelson

Soon British citizens will have the opportunity to tell Prime Minister David Cameron whether or not the UK should remain a part of the European Union.

But first Cameron is trying to convince the EU to reform.

Larry Edelson

British Prime Minister David Cameron faces an uphill battle in his struggle to save the European Union.

There’s a lot riding on Cameron’s powers of persuasion. Recent polls suggest that if he fails — if things remain as they are now — Britain will almost surely leave the Union.

As its second largest economy, a British exit — or “Brexit” — would almost surely be devastating to the EU economy and to Brussels’ ability to save debt-ridden governments.

Next week Cameron will unveil his demands in Brussels.

This week he is launching an all-out campaign to convince Angela Merkel to support his free trade demands.

That part of Cameron’s challenge shouldn’t be too difficult. Germany tends to share Britain’s free trade philosophy.

Larry Edelson

French President François Hollande is Cameron's greatest foe in his fight to prevent a Brexit.

The fly in the ointment is more likely to be French President François Hollande. As a socialist, Hollande has no inclination to bow to Cameron’s free trade passions. As France’s most unpopular president in modern times, he has little interest in showing weakness in dealing with Britain.

If Hollande blocks reform of the EU as expected, a Brexit is a virtual surety.

And when Britain leaves the entire house of cards will likely collapse.

As we’ve seen in this space, new threats to the European Union and its economy appear almost daily. This is the kind of chaos supercycles bring with them.

But the good news is a recent study by Weiss Research found that many supercycle investments — things that soar as the euro and European stocks sink — have already posted gains of up to 1,200% and they’re just getting started.

Those investments include ETFs and more high-powered vehicles that soar when the euro plunges ... that explode higher when European stocks crater ... and that spin off huge profits as trillions of euros in flight capital move into U.S. dollars and investments.

Yours for supercycle survival and profits,


Larry Edelson

Senior Analyst, Weiss Research
Editor, Supercycle Trader

P.S. 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.


The investment strategy and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author's and do not necessarily reflect those of any other editor at Weiss Research or the company as a whole.

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