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threecrowsnawick 11 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 6, 2015 10:12 PM Member since: Apr 5, 2009
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  • threecrowsnawick by threecrowsnawick Apr 6, 2015 10:12 PM Flag

    Back to demanding war reparations. What is it with this government. Everytime they run into trouble they go back to accusing Germany......now they have quantified war reparations to #$%$278.7bn.
    They should concentrate on fixing the main problem they have in Greece: a dysfunctional system while trying to stay in the EU. Make some real changes instead of presenting a number of suggestions to the ECB that never come to fruition. Implement laws that will correct the tax evasion instead of just talking about it. Move pensionable to 67, what's the big deal. Other countries have done it. Put your house in order.Then move on to the next problem and seek war reparations. Stop blurring the lines to avoid the real facts of possibly defaulting. The people of Greece voted for change now they have it. They are the laughing stock of the EU with the present government in power. Opposition is easy: disagree to everything the elected government presents. I think Tsipras and his clowns are finding out that it's a totally different set of coordinates when YOU are the elected government.
    My 2 cents

    Sentiment: Hold

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    Question to the Bashers

    by threecrowsnawick Mar 30, 2015 7:33 PM
    threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Mar 30, 2015 10:53 PM Flag

    I understand all of your arguments and although long on a very small position at $1.02 that I'm willing to gamble to the end Syriza and their scholar and inexperienced attitude of finger pointing and threatening have exhasperated me as well.....But from a logistics point on a short position hasn't the money been made already. At $1.29 imho it's just not worth the risk. Fannie and Freddie even when taken back by the gov't didn't go to $0.00. Just seems like a high risk for very little $$ at this point. Much like the longs, it just seems more like a gamble. Not trying to attack anyone at this point......

  • threecrowsnawick by threecrowsnawick Mar 30, 2015 7:33 PM Flag

    This question goes to the muchmacho, QQQ,and so many of the others doing the same bashing. Please help me understand. I take it you are short and hoping this bank will fold much like the longs wish for it to survive and gain. |Seems to me (and Soros even says so) there is a 50-50 chance of it going either way. Now on the short the final reward is $1.29. Not a penny more. While the long side could (and I put great emphasis on could) be much more.I just don't understand how this can be beneficial from the short side to get $1.29 gain........isn't there a ton of other stocks with much better risk reward? Not trying to insult anyone but simply trying to understands the benefits which seem rather illogical/suicidal/gamble much like the longs but with a very definite gain ($1.29)

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    Reforms submitted but wiarnings? Really!

    by threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 5:58 PM
    threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 7:26 PM Flag

    i'm in NBG and will see this through but these Syriza clowns are an embarassment to the international political world. Their biggest issue is their constant reneging of any agreements they make the day before and the refusal of this party and previous greek parties to implement real reform measures. refusing to adjust pensin age to 67 and putting together real reform to collect taxes from firms should be have been the first thing to do and done long ago.The next is to cut away at the high fat in the goverment offices to remove the red tape.Every EU country has this issue but none are in Greece's finacial dire.Believe me i'm not a fan of austerity but rather prefer a mix of QE and austerity but the feeling here is that Greece and it Syriza gov't just want a free ride without compromise or pain to turn this failing country around. Sorry but that just won't happen and going back to Drachmas will bring a whole new world of pain, suffering and poverty to Greece and for much, much ,onger. Time for Greece to grow up, stop pointing fingers at the other countries for their own demise. Buck up and take their medication!. Enough is enough. JMHO

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    Reforms submitted but wiarnings? Really!

    by threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 5:58 PM
    threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 6:00 PM Flag

    Sorry for the typo.. Should be
    Reforms submitted but with warnings? Really!

  • threecrowsnawick by threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 5:58 PM Flag

    list of reform has been submitted but Tsakalotos is making ultimatums that Greece is prepared to go its own way if the ECB/IMF doesnt release funds. Really! I'm long the stock but must admit that I'm getting tired of the Syriza group making ultimatums and refusing to make any real sacrifices. Portugal, Spain, Italy have all made the necessary changes to better their economic situation to some extent since 2010. Greece has done nothing. If I were the EU the first thing i would ask is a clear line of site with solid dates as to when these reforms are expected to be implemented and tie disbursment of assisted funds to it.
    Seems like talk is cheap with these fools at Syriza.
    my 2 cents

    Sentiment: Buy

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    Why is this stock taking such a beating

    by threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 10:54 AM
    threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 11:01 AM Flag

    Most other banks seem to have turned the corner.......CS..........DB..........this stock seems to be going through death by a 1000 cuts.........what am I missing

  • threecrowsnawick by threecrowsnawick Mar 27, 2015 10:54 AM Flag

    I don't get it. Decent Q revenues. Sizable bank. Seems to have turned the corner. QE.No news. What am I missing here. It's been sliding sinnce Feb. '13..........what's wrong with this picture
    TIA to all that will adventure in a logical / rational explanation

  • threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Feb 24, 2015 4:06 PM Flag

    You are giving us yesterday's news triple q..........talk today's news.......

  • threecrowsnawick threecrowsnawick Feb 2, 2015 1:08 PM Flag

    I pretty agree but its a far from the sky is falling reads on this board.I would suggest to do some reading on the Forbes sites. Look for frances coppola (sorry couldn't post the link).......spent the better part of a day reading her articles on Greece - Syriza, ECB, default/no default, etc.
    She seems to have a better read as to what is happening there.
    Longs read please. It'll calm alot of nerves.
    Does she know the final outcome. ABSOLUTELY NOT But....she seems alot more in touch with what is happening and the info being distributed

    Sentiment: Hold

  • threecrowsnawick by threecrowsnawick Feb 2, 2015 12:07 PM Flag

    well it looks like the moderator didn't like my last post and just erased it. Not a big poster here but enjoy the read for what it's worth.
    I was going to provide a link but I guess that is why my post got removed.
    So I will try differently.
    I would suggest Longs.....and shorts.....do a little search and do some reading on the Forbes sites. Look for frances coppola.......spent the better part of a day reading her articles on Greece - Syriza, ECB, default/no default, etc.
    She seems to have a better read as to what is happening there.
    Longs read please. It'll calm alot of nerves.
    Does she know the final outcome. ABSOLUTELY NOT But....she seems alot more in touch to what is happening and the info being distributed

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