The Persian wars, the Pelo. wars, the Roman conquest, the Ottoman conquest, the war for independence, the Balkan wars & WWI, the facist occupation, the communist insurgency war, the dictatorship of the colonels, etc. etc. A return to the drachma is nothing compared to tehse past crises. I wouldn't buy NBG, but Greece will endure.
Market looks toppy, so wouldn't shock me to see a 30% break.
Savers also being squeezed like lemons.
Fed funds rate should be 2% plus now. Yet here it is, still zero-0.25%.
Chinese water torture.
The only reason I see is that Janet yesterday said that interest rates will remain near zero for an extended period, squeezing bank earnings.
I expect to see $14.50 stock price before $18.
"LISA" was Steve Job's big failure. Will Cook's "Lisa 2" be the watch or the car? Vote "Thumbs Up" for the car, "Thumbs Down" for the watch.
Thanks for the clarification. So, upperdeck is price manipulation to collect options premium. Yes, that happens.
No, it will either fail here just a tad shy of 5000, or make a narrow move above to 5010, and then fail. It matters not; the next huge move is down at a waterfall rate.
Anyone with the name "Fink" who keeps his name and doesn't change it can be trusted. Just like a jelly named "Smuckers" must be good.
The Irish and Greeks at opposite ends of Europe have much in common. Poetic, talkative, creative, a bit insane in a good way. And they both grumble about German tightwads.
I've seen as many drunk Greeklings in Athens as drunken Irish in Dublin. Not all Greeks practice moderation with bacchus.