. June 24, 2006 SouthAmerica: The scare industry here in the US has been beating their drums for at least the last 12 months about the coming âPandemic Fluâ and how 300 million people from around the world would die from this new pandemic flu in a short period of time. About 3 weeks ago I was listening to Bloomberg radio on my car when a Wall Street analyst was interviewing a pandemic flu expert â and the scientist said that we did not have much to worry about as long the H5N1 bird flu virus was passing from bird to humans. He also said that - but when they confirmed the first H5N1 bird flu virus from "human to human" the red flag had been raised and the shit was getting close to hit the fan. Now that the virus has evolved into a virus that affect human to human â it is time to start worrying and figure out which industries will be hit hard because of this new form of H5N1 bird flu virus. It is time to start dumping your stocks such as: airline stocks comes to mind, and from their many other industries will be hit very hard by this new pandemic flu â the new H5N1 bird flu virus. You guys in Wall Street must be prepared to adjust your investments accordingly to risk and exposure to this new virus. The economic impact will be tremendous from this new virus in a number of areas of the economy. It will affect the currency of affected countries, all kinds of trading, travel, and so onâ¦â¦ I guess the first economy to be affected by this new virus will be Indonesia and from there the virus should spread relative quick to other countries. Which countries? And when this new virus will arrive in the United States? According to the experts in that area it is not if â It is just a matter of when? ********* âHuman transmission of bird flu confirmedâ International Herald Tribune - Jun 23, 2006 An Indonesian man who died after catching the H5N1 bird flu virus from his 10-year-old son represents the first laboratory confirmed case of human- to-human transmission of the disease, a World Health Organization investigation of an unusual family ... .