Historically, tumultuous times offer some of the best opportunities to buy stocks, and the market's recent mess surely qualifies. And though National Bank of Greece
In our Motley Fool CAPS community, about 94% of the 1,155 investors rating the company are bullish, so it's easy to pluck out reasons why some think National Bank of Greece will thrive, three of which I've highlighted below.
But here at the Motley Fool, we're all for looking at both the good and bad sides of an investment. Once you're done with this article, you can read the case against the stock, weigh in with your own comments below or rate National Bank of Greece yourself in CAPS.
1. Nearly $1 trillion of confidence
The latest EU rescue package is doing a better job of defusing concerns compared to bailouts of banks like Lloyds Banking
2. Expanding presence
National Bank of Greece sees its international operations as a big cushion to its domestic ills and plans to branch out, just like Bank of Ireland's
3. Contrarian play
Some CAPS members think National Bank of Greece's shares are too cheap to pass up and believe it's in a far better position than a bank like Citigroup
Fool contributor Dave Mock has more than three reasons why a vacation in Greece is high on his bucket list. He owns no shares of companies mentioned here. The Fool's disclosure policystill can't pronounce gyro correctly.