Posted on February 22nd, 2012
Are you tired of reading and hearing about Greece? Me too, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to stop.
The most recent Greek agreement is a joke (in my opinion) and makes a significant number of overly optimistic assumptions about the future.
As I view it, there is no way the European Monetary Union can survive in it’s current form, and definitely not with Greece in there.
Where is the money to be made for investors like us?
I continue to advise a higher allocation to the United States and avoid Greece and the whole of Europe for at least 2012.
Open Questions Surrounding the Second Greek Bailout
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