So much bad news, so little time.We are ending a week that included bombs over Israel, even Japan raising rates and a parade of questionable earnings reports in the U.S., where a pastor speaking at Ken Lay's funeral likened the Enron scoundrel to lynching victim James Byrd Jr. If I left anything out, just write it off to exhaustion. But with the world apparently coming unhinged, let's pay special attention in coming days to buying opportunities. One doesn't need a weather vane to see which way the wind is blowing in the Israeli stock market. Israeli investors are close to panic mode, with the market dropping more than 8% in the past two days. Teva Pharmacutical ( TEVA) and Perrigo ( PRGO) fell about half that (so far) in American markets, but our own TheStreet.com correspondent in Tel Aviv, Elinor Arbel, picks the right time to
"I therefore firmly believe that for Israelis the Chinese market is just like the wide sea for fish to leap or that vast sky for birds to fly."