Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss reports of a man found in Greece after being lost at sea for 18 hours.
BRIAN CHEUNG: A remarkable story out of Greece, when a man declared lost at sea stumbled upon a ball. The North Macedonian man known only as Ivan clung on for 18 hours before finally being rescued. The ball was later traced back to two children who lost the toy 80 miles away from the island that Ivan was lost off of. This is kind of--
AKIKO FUJITA: What do you do with the ball?
BRIAN CHEUNG: Just kind of-- so you've never seen "Castaway."
AKIKO FUJITA: I have not seen it.
BRIAN CHEUNG: Right? Which is, that means we did the wrong story today, but yeah, so it's like saying, you know, I mean--
AKIKO FUJITA: He just hung on.
BRIAN CHEUNG: Wilson! Wilson!
AKIKO FUJITA: Just floated.
BRIAN CHEUNG: I mean, to be-- to bring this back to finance, that's probably the way that investors are approaching the situation right now, you know?
AKIKO FUJITA: Just find something to stay afloat?
BRIAN CHEUNG: Just trying to find something to stay afloat. You know? It could be--
AKIKO FUJITA: That's a good analogy.
BRIAN CHEUNG: It could be one of the I-bonds, like we discussed yesterday, or it could be one of those expensive classic cars. That's the ball that people are clinging on to.
AKIKO FUJITA: I would choose the classic car. I think I would hang on to the classic car. That might have more lasting value.
BRIAN CHEUNG: All right.