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George Soros doesn’t like the direction in which Europe is heading.

Discussion in 'The Economy' started by Tropo, 14th Feb, 2012.

  1. Tropo

    Tropo Well-Known Member

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    Me too and no one wants to see it too. However if it would happen it will happen. Everyone has the ritht to chose different options and then different consequences. All of us want to have some big times but usually the big time is short. All of us want to avoid the worst time but most of us just could not do anything good enough.

    What Soros doesn't want is not important as what Soros does for what he doesn't want to see even it is good to notice what he doesn't wants. Behavior depends on the mental framework if anything else could be the same.

    What doing and what wanting are different. Do you know the difference? I know a litle bit in the market but far less than good enough. If you know it unto the earth, I just say congratulation and hope you are good lucky enough! Why good lucky? No luck could kills anyone without good reasons!