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Old 03-29-2012, 06:04 PM
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Couldn't Spain say Yahoo is in trouble?
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:52 PM
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Spain with a econemy twice as large as Greece, Portugal combined in near default. It also says it puts the Euro at risk of falling apart. They are next in line for a bailout. Are things not as rosey as the government is telling us. LOL. Thoughts, opinions
Did you really need yahoo to tell you this? Got room for another under your rock?
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There is no doubt, Spain has its troubles. But as long as their bond yields
remain steady and/or decline, its a certification that Spain isn't going to
collapse. Otherwise, bonds would sell off and yields would sky rocket.
Just like they did in Greece.


5% on Spanish debt says, "Yes you have a problem, but we understand
that its manageable". If Spanish bonds rise to 7%-10%, it says, " The fire
is getting out of control, start running."
ok, yield on spanish bonds is now over 6%...do we run now?


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"Cuando pensabamos que eramos ricos . . . "

translation: When we thought we were rich.
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Old 04-18-2012, 04:23 AM
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its funny how the media or the financial gurus never actually say where the bailout money comes from, they just say oh, greece or spain or whatever will "borrow" it from the IMF, but they dont actually say where does the IMF get the money from,lol

we here all know where they get it from, they get it from the FED which wires them the 000000 via a computer screen.

when the majority of sheeple figure this out, than we will have a SHTF, currently people dont care and dont even ask, but when they do, watch out and hope you have lots of pm's.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:05 AM
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well the imf are saying we could be heading for a big depression ,in the telegraph today.
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:22 AM
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"Cuando pensabamos que eramos ricos . . . "
"Lo mismo pensaban en Iceland" (Icelanders thought the same).
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