As per usuall i think it is yet another cold air blow out from NK. At end of the day or should i say a few days later nothing as happend. they will probably do another nuke test or missile lauch in the next month or so and use that as a excuse. but on a lighter note. i watched THE FRONT LINE a s/korean film about the 1st korean war (english subs) if you can get it i would recomend it. It just might make you think twice
From a pragmatic point of view, war with North Korea would be a very profitable affair regardless of which side won. Though the real profit of course is if North Korea loses and is invaded by South Korea without American interference. Though I wouldn't hold my breath on that happening.
I suppose even if America does invade there is still some potential for profit, it just means more players and smaller shares. Still I'll hold out hope for a South Korean victory, along with every other Thomas, Richard and Harold in the British financial sector.