Art Cashin: "Why Fixing Greece Presents Problems"

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Master Bates's picture

Depending on the count, either wave 2 will bounce off of the downward trendline and we'll go lower now, or we'll break through the downward trendline to the upside and put in a lower low in the 1100 resistance area before beginning the slope downward again later in February.

Either way, it's a bearish count for the short term, and the correction is most likely not over.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Poor Art.

Don't you know that a straight shooting, square edged, honest broker of knowledge and information is an archaic relic from the 70's and 80's and will not be tolerated in the modern age of new speak, spin doctors and bubble elevation by imperial edict?

Art Cashin is dead. (Disappeared is probably his fate if he doesn't shut up and retire.) Long live Art Cashin.

Bam_Man's picture

Anybody have any idea how the Irish are feeling about this Greek bailout?

Those poor devils were never offered a bail out and have already been forced to swallow the austerity medicine.

There might be a lesson to be learned there for the other 3 PIIGS.

huggy_in_london's picture

I'll tell you ... the same way Lehman staffers/equity holders/bond holders are feeling still !!

Miyagi_san's picture

I got the Trivia ?.... Nothing, just call INS at 3:30

bruce wayne's picture

70 for the painters and 30 for the trimmers.


(3*70) + (4*30) = 330

(210) + (120)


(4*70) + (3*30) = 370

(280) + (90)

badtimes's picture
badtimes (not verified) Feb 10, 2010 2:01 PM

yes, this crisis will get much worse. march lows to be rboken. currently reading:

Anonymous's picture

I guess if the German geezers bail the Greek boozers then the geezers have to pay higher rates on their bonds. The free lunch is over.

crzyhun's picture

SNAFU to the Euro and their big government brethern.

Aside form the ad hominum, the EU is going to now be tested in adversity. If there ever was a house of cards folks the EU is it both financially and politically. And greece, while I love their olive oil, when will they ever start paying their fair share of domestic taxes, ha ha.

Prof Gulliver's picture

“one scenario suggests that the rescue rally runs out of steam today or tomorrow. It then could reverse sharply to the downside…A second scenario suggests that the rally hangs on, consolidating as it again tests the 1105/1110 area."


One scenario suggests my coin flip will come up heads. But a second scenario suggests it could come up tails.

carbonmutant's picture

Vallejo, California may have a solution...

Bankruptcy Bloodbath May Hit Muni Owners

Fitch is of course concerned that this kind of thing may be contagious... ya think?

Anonymous's picture

I still can't figure out why everyone is talking about grease.

Anonymous's picture

I will be very surprised if there is any kind of bailout of Greece announced tomorrow. The price is just too high for Germany and its government, not only in financial but political terms. Also, if Greece is bailed out, Portugal and Spain will follow.

Anonymous's picture

I will be very surprised if some kind of rescue is not announced.

Europeans can always be counted on to take the easy way out. A Greek bailout allows them to put off tough choices until later.

This is why concerns over constitutionality are misplaced. First priority is to come up with a deal, then the parties responsible will find the legal cover.

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