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PalmerEldritch

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  1. Says the dude who up until a few months ago before the recent irrational upside was quieter than a church mouse. Amazing how they are posting 24/7 now they are a genius investor instead of a crypto loser.
  2. You have a pre Blairite mindset to solving the issue. There’s no way back, no putting the Genie back in the bottle. Mass social housing is not a solution and there’s no appetite for that except with the trots who yearn for the good old days where entire generations of the population could be written off and kept herded on their estates. Markets and economics (or pandemics) may swing back to favour the buyer at some point despite political influence but to blindly believe a party will resolve this is just pure delusional wishful thinking.
  3. Yeah cause Blair and Brown built so much. Would Corbyn/Starmer be any different? Blair was the poster boy for BTL and private renting. If you haven’t figured out that politicising the housing issue isn’t the answer then you are lost.
  4. And this has exactly what to do with House Prices and the Economy??? Isn’t there a Politics forum that the trots can overtake???
  5. Not once did I refute others experience, in fact I made clear it worked for some but certainly not for others. You are the idiot throwing insults around. Our CEO just announced he’ll be back in the office 4 days a week as soon as possible. That’s a big statement from the top down that WFH is very temporary in our place. I’m guessing you are not a CEO of a multi million dollar successful company. Middling manager? Don’t know what part of the world you are from but around here they don’t pay 6 figure salaries to middling managers. I’ve seen your posts and you are a pathetic m
  6. Sounds like you are an arrogant [email protected] Your opinion is exactly just that. An opinion. Not an undeniable fact that applies to all other people in all situations. I’ll put you back on ignore now.
  7. FFS get real people. In the first month or two when little was known about the virus it made sense to lockdown. Since then it has become clear the chances of anyone under the age of 60 without an underlying health issue is more likely to die in a road accident. Rather than fight over who was right or wrong in lockdown decisions we should be concentrating on getting out of the situation. Those who still need to shield go for it but ffs let everyone else get back to normal life (or as close as possible).
  8. I hear you. Been set up on the kitchen table with wife and two kids constantly in and out making it hard to concentrate. Folks with a clear workspace seem ok but my staff with limited space are desperate to get back to the office.
  9. That might be your experience but certainly not the feedback or experience we’ve encountered trying to run a finance team for the last 5 months. In central London the main complaint from staff has been WiFi and server issues along with lack of work space or comfort. Appreciate it might work for some folks but certainly isn’t perfect for us. Productivity has reduced and there’s a perception that all the team are doing is the bare minimum to keep the business running rather than pushing for process improvement which happens in the office setting where people are more visible and i
  10. I’m already back in by choice. Most of my team have indicated they aren’t ready yet. The only ones keen to get back are in pokey flats with no comfortable working space who are getting cabin fever. Lots of things can’t be done remotely IMO like training up new colleagues, hiring new staff etc. Also everyone agrees they aren’t as efficient due to slower WiFi, intermittent losses of server access, having to schedule calls instead of just shouting over to the next desk etc. It’s a real mix but I don’t see how it can go on long term fully WFH. I’ll be interested to see how keen the
  11. Nationwide I expect to be up monthly at least 1% reflecting the stamp duty giveaway. Fully expect large falls from Nov/Dec onwards when the Great Recession finally kicks in. Mass unemployment and Brexit aren’t particularly great levers for house price growth.
  12. Amazing. And I wonder how many in the below 60 range had underlying health issues. Stop this madness and get the nation back to work. Elderly and those with health issues could still shield if they want.
  13. True but... Anyone who has been through a year end audit with a large company knows that the balance sheet holds many hiding places and items that really should be written down can be disguised if needs be. Unless it is significantly material the auditors can only dig so far. If a massive write off is booked it’s because the mgmt either want it or can’t hide it. Unsure what is happening with Lloyds but it’s my guess they are kitchen sinking since the government have f*cked them over on the dividends anyway. Share price should recover in 6-12 months time. Less if there’
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