Is there another shoe to drop from Bank of America? It seems likely. Buffett probably has the inside track on what's going on there as does Bernanke and Geithner. It may come to pass the Fed will be called upon to bailout the eurozone banks. Given some of the rhetoric we're hearing from the region it seems they're unwilling to do what's needed on their own. We've taken bailouts to the extreme and are no better for them it seems. Sometimes institutions just fail but we're just not willing to let that happen from a political and Keynesian view. Let's see what happens. Disclaimer: The ETF Digest maintains active ETF trading portfolio and a wide selection of ETFs away from portfolios in an independent listing. Current positions if any are embedded within charts. Active Portfolios: No Positions. Our Lazy & Hedged Lazy Portfolios maintain the follow positions: SH, EUM, EFZ, VT, MGV, BND, BSV, VGT, VWO, VNO, IAU, DJCI, DJP, VMBS, VIG, ILF, EWA, IEV, EWC, EWJ, EWG, EWU, EWD, GXG, THD, AFK, BRAQ, CHIQ, TUR, & VNM.The charts and comments are only the author's view of market activity and aren't recommendations to buy or sell any security. Market sectors and related ETFs are selected based on his opinion as to their importance in providing the viewer a comprehensive summary of market conditions for the featured period. Chart annotations aren't predictive of any future market action rather they only demonstrate the author's opinion as to a range of possibilities going forward. More detailed information, including actionable alerts, are available to subscribers at www.etfdigest.com.