No. Thats not what im saying at all. Im saying that untill it is not in the focus of real news there is not much to talk about. Out of 2 reasons:
1st. As long as its not in the attention of the professionals it is unlikely to be any event- yet or ever. As information latter goes as follows: governments -> banks -> funds -> newspapers -> retail investors
2nd. As long as the market movers (governments, banks, funds) do not see a reason for shorting (or longing) the stock will not go anywhere, as retail traders lack the power to move even a small stock (down), take away one of the biggest banks in the world, plus+ retailers do not even participate in the market (shorting for a retailer can only be done through derivates which do not move the underlaying asset [cfd, options, spreadbetting, certificates] going short in that does not influence the stock in any way)
So even if deutsche is about to collapse, a retail investor/ trader has no opportunity to make any money on that information untill the big guys think so too and start short selling the stock.
So thinking, contemplating, hoping for this event is waisted effort. A retailer cant influence it and cant earn on it. Only when the big guys see it the same way it will hapen and create an opportunity, and the big guys will not see it that way because someone on zerohedge writes a blog. They will smell an opportujity only when other banks go short or governments talk about issues and as last in the latter when reputable journalist report on it.
In the end the old saying holds its value, never act on tips/hints.