The stock markets have once again gone into panic mode. Investors are fearful of a Greece exit from the Euro and are dreading the repercussions it will bring. With such fear in the markets and dropping prices, opportunities are once again presented to those who have a long-term view of the stock market.

Below is something I did up in Excel to show how much one can gain by buying stocks at depressed prices. Please be reminded that this only works if you buy fundamentally strong companies with good cash flow, low debts and good industry prospects.

If a stock is down 10%, a gain back to break-even point is a 11.1% gain bagged. For example, a stock drops from $1 to $0.90 (a decrease of 10% from purchase …