posted on May, 25 2012 @ 12:51 AM
reply to post by michael1983l
To add to this the markets have been spooked by the lowest recorded output by the eurozone countries in 3 years.
It's a shame really...but I for one as a longtime investor, never EVER in a million years would have put a dime into a so called "universalized"
currency/market and expect that market to maintain any sort of stability
It was a trial run and it failed MISERABLY. Too bad the majority got
BTW, did it really collapse? Me thinks it's down enough to label it a financial collapse. So hey, "to each his/her own". Hopefully, the next 5-10
years or so it will change, however, I doubt it. Europe, will unfortunately find itself where it was back in 2002. But for now it's a wrap! Besides,
Europe has never had anything of significance to offer the world except their now defunct Euro.
The US Market will never hit rock bottom in this way...EVER! IMVHO, this was all foreseen...all you had to do was watch out and pay attention. I feel
bad for those people over there, but geesh did they ever have a choice
The cold, hard unadulterated facts are that the suckers come and go...that's just the way it is I guess
Europe was on a mushroom trip into oblivion the day they made up the Euro. If the US ever does anything remotely close to what Europe did...I'
edit on 5/25/12 by ThePublicEnemyNo1 because: (no reason given)