Frederick J. Sheehan is the author of Panderer to Power: The Untold Story of How Alan Greenspan Enriched Wall Street and Left a Legacy of Recession (McGraw-Hill, 2009) and "The Coming Collapse of the Municipal Bond Market" (Aucontrarian.com, 2009)
I believe Dennis Gartman compiled this list through June 13, 2012.
"Spain is not Greece." - Elena Salgado, Spain's Finance Minister, February 2010
"Portugal is not Greece." - The Economist, April 22nd, 2010
"Ireland is not in Greek Territory." - Brian Lenihan,Ireland's Finance Minister
"Greece is not Ireland." - George Papandreou, Greek Finance Minister, November 22, 2010
"Spain is neither Ireland nor Portugal." - Elena Selgado, again... November 16, 2010
"Neither Spain nor Portugal is Ireland." -Angel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OEC...
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Frederick Sheehan is the author of Panderer to Power: The Untold Story of How Alan Greenspan Enriched Wall Street and Left a Legacy of Recession. He is the co-author of Greenspan's Bubbles: The Age of Ignorance at the Federal Reserve. Mr. Sheehan was Director of Asset Allocation Services at John Hancock Financial Services in Boston. For more than a decade, Mr. Sheehan wrote the monthly "Market Outlook" and quarterly "Market Review" for clients. He is a frequent contributor to Marc Faber's "Gloom, Boom & Doom Report." He also has written articles for "Whiskey & Gunpowder" and the Prudent Bear website, among others. He currently serves as an advisor to an investment firm and a non-profit foundation. A Chartered Financial Analyst, Mr. Sheehan is a graduate of Columbia Business School.