The recent run-up in the market would make it easy to justify selling any stock these days. Yet, while panic never helps investors, it's still a good idea to play devil's advocate with investments.
Consider Greek financial firm National Bank of Greece
Here at the Motley Fool, we like to consider both the good and bad sides of an investment, so in this article, I'm highlighting three of the main bearish arguments on National Bank of Greece today. Be sure to read the bullish side as well, and then weigh in with your own comments below or rate National Bank of Greece in CAPS.
1. Eurozone woes
In addition to troubles in National Bank of Greece's home country, investors fear that issues in others like Portugal and Spain could compound the problem, leading to increased risk among other banks with large exposure to the region such as ING
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3. Earnings pressure
While banks in the U.S. have shown improvements recently, with JPMorgan Chase
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