but here is Alan blabbering ignorantly & as always wrongly about the Spanish situation, now known to be much worse due to debt of cities & local governments, exactly as the loon's betters warned:
1. Re: Greek Default
Ireland may not be far behind but Spain is a completely different story. There are only three PIG countries as far as I'm concerned. Pig is a three-letter...
Business & Finance > Investments > Stocks (A to Z) > Stocks P > Pfizer Inc. (PFE) chrttwelve 16-May-11 11:22 pm
Wow, this sounds so 2008!
No one even knows what the possible effects could be, because, as in 2008, no one knows who holds what debt & who owes how much to whom.
Naturally, perennial super loser Alan sees no problems, any more than the loon did when tripling down for the second time in 2008!
Chartnuts is mentally defective:
Greece small but deadly, like the most lethal snakes.
It all depends on how much fiber you've already eaten that day.
I might add to my educational matter on the use of crayons. If you want to stick it up your backside, you use the blunt end. Be very careful not to confuse the ends, if it is a crayon you've already used. I did that once and never again!
An excerpt from your post:
Figuring-out which end of the crayon to use confuses charty....
I do not have a problem, it all depends on what you want to do with it. If you want to stick it up your nose, you use the pointy end.
Robert Samuelson, hardly a scaremonger, agrees with European doomsayers:
$1.3 trillion in debt just in Spain, Portugal, Greece & Ireland.
"The fact that chartnuts knows so little about the Japanese market is confirmed by his not catching such an obvious typo. He knows so little about the Japanese market that if someone were to tell him 113 products received price reductions instead of 10,113, he can't even tell that the number is off by two orders of magnitude.
He constantly displays and confirms his ignorance. "