These 3 Stocks Are Europe-Proof

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  • Report this Comment On November 01, 2011, at 10:33 PM, Popnfresh100 wrote:

    Amazon? Seriously?

    Putting aside the substantial European operations, You're picking a company that is literally carrying 1.2 billion dollars, almost 6% of total assets, in foreign (potentially even Greek) debt ON it's balance sheet as a current asset (i.e. they plan on using it to pay their bills) to be unharmed by a Greek debt default?

    Yeah, that makes sense.

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