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Is Hamish Mctavish The Anti-cgnao?

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Time will tell, as it did with the sainted CGNAO.

Short term he will appear to be right, as long as we stay in IR/QE lala land with this mortgage deferral nonsense. They are not hard working families and it is not the right thing to do! They are reckless feckless unthinking sheep who should pay for their stupidity.

I have thought for some time that Zanulabour were intent on dragging this out untill next June. Todays revelations may well precipitate the end of the dead cat bounce...hopefully.

CGNAO was called all sorts on here and yet even his most dire predictions seem conservative now.

This is like comparing Dan Quayle to JFK.

Hamish is no CGNAO.

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Just a thought, he makes wild ass predictions from the other side of the coin and yet there is a certain amount of evidence to back up his claims.

TFH

No he's just a bitter little man who bought into an over inflated asset class at the very peak of an once in a lifetime credit binge probably having been quite sensible with money all his life. Therefore he equates the inevitable market correction and those who call it correctly as wishing him (and by extension the rest of the country onto whom he superimposes his own foolishness) personal harm and is heavily invested in denying reality to the bitter end.

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Just a thought, he makes wild ass predictions from the other side of the coin and yet there is a certain amount of evidence to back up his claims.

TFH

Well, if he's predicting that the NewLabour Project is going to the Sun rather than the Moon...

Hot side of Mercury. Fried and frazzled.

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In fairness, Hamish has been sensible enough to avoid being included in my signature.

Where he lives, in Aberdeenshire, house prices have hardly fallen at all. But that is because they hardly went up at all in the first place.

Hamish should celebrate the fact that he lives in probably the most beautiful county in the UK and focus less on money.

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In fairness, Hamish has been sensible enough to avoid being included in my signature.

Where he lives, in Aberdeenshire, house prices have hardly fallen at all. But that is because they hardly went up at all in the first place.

Hamish should celebrate the fact that he lives in probably the most beautiful county in the UK and focus less on money.

You obviously don't know many Aberdonians.

Short arms and deep pockets as my friend proudly says.

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In fairness, Hamish has been sensible enough to avoid being included in my signature.

Where he lives, in Aberdeenshire, house prices have hardly fallen at all. But that is because they hardly went up at all in the first place.

Hamish should celebrate the fact that he lives in probably the most beautiful county in the UK and focus less on money.

I can't believe you have fallen for the nonsense.

By an index that Hamish uses himself - Aberdeen is down over 19% from peak. Hamish's maximum prediction of drops in Aberdeen from peak to trough was 18%...

This prediction was made in January 2009. He was wrong by March.

Harry Monk - Should do better.

:lol:

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No he's just a bitter little man who bought into an over inflated asset class at the very peak of an once in a lifetime credit binge probably having been quite sensible with money all his life. Therefore he equates the inevitable market correction and those who call it correctly as wishing him (and by extension the rest of the country onto whom he superimposes his own foolishness) personal harm and is heavily invested in denying reality to the bitter end.

Sounds like a plausible summary. We should stamp it to his foreheard as a warning for anyone considering taking his advice.

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I can't believe you have fallen for the nonsense.

By an index that Hamish uses himself - Aberdeen is down over 19% from peak. Hamish's maximum prediction of drops in Aberdeen from peak to trough was 18%...

This prediction was made in January 2009. He was wrong by March.

Harry Monk - Should do better.

:lol:

But 19% of nothing is nothing.

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But 19% of nothing is nothing.

:lol:

To be fair the old houses up there are very well built. Solid Granite. Be around for centuries.

Only problem - in Aberdeen. That is a big negative IMO. So far out the way - and so ******ing grey !!

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To be fair the old houses up there are very well built. Solid Granite. Be around for centuries.

Only problem - in Aberdeen. That is a big negative IMO. So far out the way - and so ******ing grey !!

I am normally in Aberdeenshire two or three times a year and I am always amazed to see beautiful three and four bedroomed detached cottages with half an acre of land set in idyllic locations which have simply been abandoned and left to rot because they have no monetary value. You see them every mile as you drive around.

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I am normally in Aberdeenshire two or three times a year and I am always amazed to see beautiful three and four bedroomed detached cottages with half an acre of land set in idyllic locations which have simply been abandoned and left to rot because they have no monetary value. You see them every mile as you drive around.

We had this same chat last week Harry !! Although Hamish was involved so it was more interesting. :lol:

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I am normally in Aberdeenshire two or three times a year and I am always amazed to see beautiful three and four bedroomed detached cottages with half an acre of land set in idyllic locations which have simply been abandoned and left to rot because they have no monetary value. You see them every mile as you drive around.

sounds good

what's the climate like there - I'm sure I heard Aberedeenshire is one of UK' warmnest places?

and do they have midges, or is that just the west coast?

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sounds good

what's the climate like there - I'm sure I heard Aberedeenshire is one of UK' warmnest places?

and do they have midges, or is that just the west coast?

I normally visit my mate in Banff, which has a coastal climate. So neither one thing nor the other.

No midges, they are around Ullapool, that kind of thing.

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I normally visit my mate in Banff, which has a coastal climate. So neither one thing nor the other.

No midges, they are around Ullapool, that kind of thing.

coast would be good - nice sea breeze in summer

no midges = very good

will add to retirement plan list

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sounds good

what's the climate like there - I'm sure I heard Aberedeenshire is one of UK' warmnest places?

and do they have midges, or is that just the west coast?

:blink:

Holy shit. The one word I would not associate with Scotland, and Aberdeenshire in particular, is warm.

Yes it may have a few nice days. Especially inland. However anywhere near the coast ? That 'nice sea breeze' you talk about is enough to freeze a whores nipples.

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Yes it may have a few nice days. Especially inland. However anywhere near the coast ? That 'nice sea breeze' you talk about is enough to freeze a whores nipples.

They obviously don't make 'em like the do in Newcastle.

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They obviously don't make 'em like the do in Newcastle.

Oh they do. Grade 'A'.

So I have been told........... ;)

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Holy shit. The one word I would not associate with Scotland, and Aberdeenshire in particular, is warm.

Yes it may have a few nice days. Especially inland. However anywhere near the coast ? That 'nice sea breeze' you talk about is enough to freeze a whores nipples.

I thought I'd heard the weather in Aberdeen was freaky - maybe it was that Aberdeen has very high sunshine hours compared to the rest of the UK? - I'm sure there was something unexpected about the weather

am generally losing my marbles a bit though so could well ahev got it mixed up

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I thought I'd heard the weather in Aberdeen was freaky - maybe it was that Aberdeen has very high sunshine hours compared to the rest of the UK? - I'm sure there was something unexpected about the weather

am generally losing my marbles a bit though so could well ahev got it mixed up

Nah think you are right - it is one of the sunnier places. Much of the Scottish east coast is.

Warm is not the right word though.

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Nah think you are right - it is one of the sunnier places. Much of the Scottish east coast is.

Warm is not the right word though.

cold and sunny is my ideal

don't like hot weather

are the locals friendly - or is that a silly question?

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cold and sunny is my ideal

don't like hot weather

are the locals friendly - or is that a silly question?

Not spent much time up there so couldn't really say. Hamish should be able to help you.

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