Same Things Happening Again

We awoke to a sea of red in the futures market this morning, thanks to a series of events that seemed right out of 2011. Revolution stirs in the Middle East, returning to Egypt once more. Greece is suddenly an issue again, with the Troika reportedly issuing new ultimatums and deadlines. Portugal has returned to the headlines, as a controversy over austerity has led to the departure of some key officials. Finally, some major European banks have been downgraded by Standard & Poor's.  

If all of this seems familiar, it should. We've lived through all of this before, and we'll live through it this time too. A new leader will emerge in Egypt. Greece and Portugal will renegotiate the terms of their respective bailouts. "Too big to fail banks" won't be allowed to fail. Life will go on. In the meantime, a pullback creates opportunity....364 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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