No matter what voters decide, Greece can't repay its debts.
Switzerland is famously neutral, but it has fallen into a war it cannot win.   
The Australian currency has shown a propensity for moving higher after the Fourth of July.
Euro's levels show that traders have priced in an end game.
Yellen gave forex traders a green light to take the greenback lower.
All this debt propaganda is about manipulation.
Bank of Japan head's comment means "enough is enough."
To avoid vicious cycle of debt, bring back the drachma.
Getting European perspective on little country's big problems.
As bearish chatter grows, don't let the masses decide for you.

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