Hang Back for This One

Cyprus is a real conundrum. There are some people who categorically believe this is the real deal, the big one, the one we prudent people have all been waiting for. These people believe the U.S. market is about to start the Giant Repeal of the gains it's made. They want to sell the market wherever it opens, and then double-sell for good measure.

Others say that, until this weekend, you didn't even know Cyprus exists. They say it is all a one-off event, because its banks had been well-known hideaways for Russian mafia money, and everybody knows that except the lowly Cypriots who are stuck having to bank there. You literally came to the nuisance. These people are looking to buy the dip and end up longer than they were going into the session....1626 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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