All eyes are on Greece, as investors wait for news of a possible debt deal, as the country seeks $11 billion and looks to renegotiate the terms of its bailout program. Fears of a 'Grexit' from the eurozone were also fanned once again on Tuesday, which would have significant implications for the euro. TheStreet's Scott Gamm speaks with David Nelson, chief strategist at Belpointe Asset Management to discuss how the departure of Greece from the eurozone may lead to the disappearance of the euro, along with what the situation in Greece means for markets in the United States.
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