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  1. Apologies if this is a re-post, or the interview was a repeat, I caught it late last night and thought it was very interesting. To quote Jim Rogers.. "Why would I put my money in the US or the UK, they are bankrupt" (or similar).. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/hardtalk/default.stm Edit: Full program on iPlayer: Hardtalk - Jim Rogers
  2. I actually quite liked Jamie Waller on TV - he seemed to have his head screwed on.
  3. stew


    To the OP... just refer to them as 'villas' problem solved.
  4. Believe me, he's done you a favour not posting one.
  5. It's a website that hooks up joe public so they can lend or borrow money from each other, cutting out a bank.
  6. If you want to, then go ahead. There can't be much more advice given. If you have £x tied up in investments that can be released in X months, and you need a deposit for a house, then borrow £x. Pay off loan when your investments mature. Pretty simple. When you buy is your choice of course.
  7. Apologies if this has been said already, I haven't read the entire thread... Is it me, or has there been a distinct lack of ramping on the RM figures? Maybe the media tide has turned?
  8. No. There would be a period of zero posting as people got off the floor & back onto their chairs.
  9. Well said!! This is amazing news.
  10. Well, that's astonishing for one month
  11. This 27.2% drop. Over what period of time is it? The news seems to be that it's in 1 month, which I presume is totally wrong.
  12. On iPlayer now... Vine - iPlayer 17th May
  13. Yep - twas on the radio earlier, spokesman from RAC taking about pot holes etc.
  14. "you're" <need an 'ironic' emoticon> To the OP.... seriously, if this isn't a wind up, simply call the EA and ask for clarification.

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