Hey, with Japan turning course from a decades long stubborness, and the central banks of the current (for the time being) and prior (UK, sterling) world reserve currencies all three printing new value electrons with no end in sight the "eventual" is obvious. But then I have never been a fan for, nor one to bank on "eventual". <br /> Things are so rigged, and yet no one is willing to call the dow in a bubble. I guess it takes more than central bank injections, but a public rush into something for it to be a bubble. <br /> Commodities down, supposedly because of projected slow growth and so low need/consumption. Revenues, to individuals and hence governments flat to down. Yet there is cause for positive outlook for these companies ? <br /> wtf . . . IMO whether JS is calling it right, or not now, or just plain not, the present course of economic "stability" is not sustainable for long. <br /> ECC is a mystery until it isn't and I am guessing we will not know until mid-May give/take.