And the market goes Stark Raving Mad. Does it really matter if one ECB member stays or resigns?
31 ratings and one star---lololol- rolling on floor emot---pfe always good for a laugh
you don't have to defend yourself goldie;)jerky boy is having fun and it's friday horsie race night,LOL.
why u try to steal my identity?? we nips, avy and i is avanipsgold so they say---but i is the only gal in phila area so you is mimicking me---knock it off----------
Should not the fact that markets usually behave in ways you consider crazy tell you something about the risk involved in assuming rationality as you imagine it to be?According to you, PFE should NEVER, EVER have traded under $28, where it was "riskless", & TYC should have gone from $57 to $90 in 2002 instead of to $7.Have you learned nothing?
You have always been stark raving mad.Only a totally insane, idiotic ignoramus would not recognize the danger implied by this action for maniacally leveraged fools in the financial sector, or market in general.If the indexes lose 3% on the threat of no Eurobonds, then imagine what will happen when they in fact are not issued & the PIIGS countries, or any of them, actually default.Clearly, you have no imagination at all, & even less understanding of finance or markets.No wonder you've done nothing but lose after 50 years "investing", gambling addicted, lame excuse making, lying lunatic loser.
He's the member for Germany, ya simpleton.If Germany won't back Eurobonds, they won't happen, which greatly increases the likelihood of Greek default, followed by other European countries & the end of the Eurozone.Already shaky banks would suffer gigantic losses.You are truly too dumb to balance a checkbook, let alone play with real money.
IMO, default by even one European government means Dow 6000 & BAC $3 or under.