Euro Haunts & being optimistic

I truly believe it pays to be an optimist in life. it’s practically part of the job description. You can fearfully view a crisis as a time of loss and peril, or you can choose to view it as a time of opportunity with potential for positive change. The Eurozone crisis has triggered a ripple effect across global markets, and many investors are expressing pessimism about the economic health and sustainability of the region. Me? I’m an optimist.  The output of Greece and the increasing intensity of financial shock waves radiated from Europe are approaching, and there is much we can do about it. The best advice that is not really very useful, and is closing the hatches, because we have rough seas ahead. Continue reading “Euro Haunts & being optimistic”