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Here let's get to this issue that then well let's just brought up.
China China Central Bank warning about slowing growth and Spain's central bank of course adding to the party here warning about a deepening recession.
Sure money say we're bringing in -- wife she's the CEO and chief investment officer of south Texas money management she's spending.
The last hour of trading with us and a Fox Business exclusive -- was brought in a tough Texan here.
-- I am well I am well I think you don't allocate a lot of money internationally but where you do I would imagine since your conservative about it.
Might be a real opportunity -- looking.
Well actually we've been looking to Canada all of the international markets -- -- conservative you have -- -- conservative all of the international market sold off last year with this Euro concern.
And again the slowing in China.
There's still some great European companies.
Would this risk off market in health care.
-- might -- -- and artists -- has held up very nicely.
And also are companies like you know lever which -- has struggled of debt.
But there are great worldwide consumer company we'll -- -- believers like -- the Procter & Gamble meets the Colgate-Palmolive of the world's but I mean you're cutting ride out here.
A little less conservatively in my opinion because you are saying there's some opportunity right now yourself look at classic buy low.
We love value stocks that we also by grants stock so we have kind of a Barbell approach will we will -- Something that's the you know a growing aggressively.
But also something that -- is clearly out of does it matter to you when you hear people say Spain and may be Italy might be booted out of the Euro with Greece goes to.
-- it's very disconcerting but I would agree.
With -- -- of what's your guest just said that.
Greece is looking more and more likely to leave.
I won't be surprised we've talked about it I don't know I don't -- it's it's still a lot of good things for a lot of -- -- We feel that the Euro is still too high vis a vis the dollar.
And and -- there is closer parity.
I think it's gonna be difficult to be assertive on Europe and what you've just brought up the dollar because it affected -- numbers last week although Coke was managing to be managed the expectations of the stronger dollar but McDonald's couldn't quite scaled the fence.
Cheney's back in just a minute to name some names but.
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