Another month goes by and the unrest in Greece and Spain grows. The statement from the ECB that they would "do what it takes" to hold the Euro zone together has not worked. The borrowings in the southern part of the zone continue to grow unchecked. In Brussels and Berlin a kind of paralysis seems to have set in. In the meantime millions of people continue to suffer and the question "should we stay or should we go?" gets louder.
The markets on the other hand seem quite perky with talk of possible "green shoots" and companies and funds awash with cash just waiting for the green light. As has been said before you should have been buying the bargains for some time now as these prices will not last forever. In the UK the housing market remains the difficulty.