phd I amm still awaiting a semi-realistic post.
you are the consumate bear and I will tell you why...
YOU LOST YOUR ASS.
"Revenues to increase 30%? That may not get them to $0.03"
wake up looser, and smell the coffee
and i take it your degree is not accounting and you got it on-line, perhap University of no-balls...
>>Your attitude is a recipe for disaster in a democracy. And disaster may happen eventually. The nazis and communists gave the same ultimatum, more or less.<<
I don't believe that the nazi's were practicing democracy.....
And if you recall...the only way that allowed the Jews to leave was feet first.
How can you compare my remarks about being a proud American to that? I don't mind intelligent conversation and exchanges of ideas....but I do mind bull
you again critisize others without offeing a solution, same as why you are a bear:
Here is my solution:
If you don't respond to others then I don't feel compelled to set you strainght, therefore get lost
<As a proud American I am offended by your anti-American comments in general.
Love it or leave it Gypsy boy.>
Your attitude is a recipe for disaster in a democracy. And disaster may happen eventually. The nazis and communists gave the same ultimatum, more or less.
Are you proud that this administration is leaving an unbearable debt load to the next generation of Americans to maintain your high standards of living?
Are you proud that the Fed has reflated a bubble for the first time in history with easy money to make you feel good?
In the current issue of Forbes, someone more expert than you states that we are in uncharted waters. First time in history that a country has tried reflating with its own currency.
Unfortunately, politicians will do almost anything to get reelected NOW. F*ck your children. Let them cope with it later.
In the past, it was always necessary to take bitter medicine at some point in the business cycle to reach equilibrium again. The NOW generation wants it all now and let the future take care of itself.
No, kenwhit22, it is you who is offensive to the next generation of Americans who will curse you. Eventually, your debt has to be paid somehow.
Ken, it depends highly on the area and the demand, in the developed cities the average is around 100k EUR, but of course there are villas for 500k and up as well. They can also be as low as 15k for a flat but very low quality and not worth it.
Compare that to the Netherlands where I live now, the average for a flat is 300k EUR or more... most houses with land cost over 1million EUR. When Eastern countries enter the EU the prices converge up.
oh yeah in Hungary you'll see prices double again within a few years of entering the EU. Just look right now you have to pay like 50 eur to just drive through HU. We bought 2 properties in Romania, rennovated and it's also doubled the investment less than two years. But I think it's worth buying more even now because Romania is not entering the EU until 2008 and prices will continue to push higher. We pay 50 eur/year tax per house.