If a pol dies, stocks he's connected to get hit.

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by fhl, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. fhl


  2. That's because that particular stock just lost a protectorate.
  3. Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau checks open interest for a motive and clues.
  4. Confirmation of the obvious? It indicates that American business is increasingly built on a foundation of "priviledge and protection" instead of "productive might". :cool:
  5. Well, I always wanted to live in Europe before I died. Looks like I'll get my chance, and I didn't even have to move. Imagine that!

    I guess we are all French now. So much for 'Freedom Fries'.

    Vive la differance!
  6. Parlay voo frawnsay Steffon? :cool: