That said, I managed to find some information, and asked one of my friends who has access to a lot of market data sources to see if he can help out.
Here are some charts I would like to share with you:
The first one is the Greece General Index, from StockCharts.com:
The second one is the Dow Jones Greece index, from StockCharts.com:
The last one, I found on advfn.com, is the ASI index (FTSE Athex 20 AFAIR):
Greece is making newer lows now, lower than March 2009. While we might be close to the bottom at these levels, nothing is certain yet.
Unfortunately, even after such a drop, the markets are unforgiving, and one might lose his shirt before the rebound. Just think about this fact: during the great depression, the Dow lost about 90% of it's value before finding the real bottom.
To get the fact right, just keep in mind that if you buy the dip after an 80% drop (what a bargain!) but that the market falls down further, to a total drop of 90% from the top (like during the great depression), well, you are down by 50% (yes! what a bargain it was!). Now you need the market to soar by 100% just to get even.
I'll be following the action from not too far away, and might try to get involved. I already dipped the toe in order to get a feel for it.