How does Greece's debt problem affect U.S. investors? What are the implications of the recently announced European/IMF bailout for Greece? What do Greek academics and business leaders see ahead for their country? Why is the situation in Greece creating more opportunity for investors than most mainstream publications are letting on?
Last week, Fool analysts Tim Hanson, Joe Magyer, and Nate Weisshaar traveled to Greece to answer those questions and more. From noon to 2 p.m. ET today, they'll be hosting a live chat to answer any questions you have about what they did, learned, or saw.
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