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Robin who?

Rinoa and Sibley say they are about to go skywards, I just don't know who to believe

:lol:

When Robin Geffen speaks people listen and his market views have appeared in many leading publications including the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal and the Daily Mail. Born in London in 1957, Geffen graduated from Keble College, Oxford in 1979

http://www.citywire.co.uk/adviser/fund-and...ireClassID=2279

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Another 20-25% from today's prices is my call.

We haven't even begun to feel the pain of recession yet. I can remember the last two recessions and can only imagine Sibley and Co are too young to. I predict UB40's "One in Ten" will be re-released about this time next year.

I am the one in ten

A number on a list

I am the one in ten

Even though I don't exist

Nobody knows me

Even though I'm always there

A statistic, a reminder

Of a world that doesn`t care

My arms enfold the dole queue

Malnutrition dulls my hair

My eyes are black and lifeless

With an underprivileged stare

But, you know, anyone who thinks house prices are about to go up is welcome to buy as many of them as they want. It's a free country!

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Another 20-25% from today's prices is my call.

We haven't even begun to feel the pain of recession yet. I can remember the last two recessions and can only imagine Sibley and Co are too young to. I predict UB40's "One in Ten" will be re-released about this time next year.

But, you know, anyone who thinks house prices are about to go up is welcome to buy as many of them as they want. It's a free country!

Notcied that sibbers rinona and mc mars bar have not been posting for a few days? Has it finally dawned on them that they havent got a cluedo?

There posts are just pure 2000 AD fantasy economics, they are to me anyways

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Notcied that sibbers rinona and mc mars bar have not been posting for a few days? Has it finally dawned on them that they havent got a cluedo?

There posts are just pure 2000 AD fantasy economics, they are to me anyways

I'd been thinking the same, although I note that Rinoa is currently 'reading this topic' so I am expecting great things shortly.

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There posts are just pure 2000 AD fantasy economics, they are to me anyways

Not sure about the allusion though. 2000 AD is pretty armageddonistic.

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Notcied that sibbers rinona and mc mars bar have not been posting for a few days?

Probably all too busy filling in mortgage application forms... ;)

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Robin who?

Rinoa and Sibley say they are about to go skywards, I just don't know who to believe

:lol:

so does a young lad at work. he is convinced he must rush to buy before he misses out. bless.

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wtf does "The lack of corporate activity in the residential property market" mean

The "lack of" bit I understand(!), but what activity in the residential property market are coroprates normally expected to be engaging in?

I really don't get it.

tim

BTL.

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Another 20-25% from today's prices is my call.

We haven't even begun to feel the pain of recession yet. I can remember the last two recessions and can only imagine Sibley and Co are too young to. I predict UB40's "One in Ten" will be re-released about this time next year.

But, you know, anyone who thinks house prices are about to go up is welcome to buy as many of them as they want. It's a free country!

You make me feel old!

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I just cannot imagine, even in my wildest dreams, that anyone could think that house prices are about to go up, given what we are about to face this Winter and next year.

Every single bull we have here is an estate agent. There was obviously some chain email sent round to estate agents after last January's Halifax figure, sending a link to our site and urging fellow estate agents to rally and Fight the Good Fight.

OK, whatever, Rinoa. I guarantee that I will still be here in February 2010, and that my signature's format will be unchanged. Feel free to contribute to it any time ;)

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Another 20-25% from today's prices is my call.

We haven't even begun to feel the pain of recession yet. I can remember the last two recessions and can only imagine Sibley and Co are too young to. I predict UB40's "One in Ten" will be re-released about this time next year.

How about "Money's too tight to mention" - Simply Red

Words and music John & William Valentine

I been laid off from work
My rent is due
My kids all need
Brand new shoes
So I went to the bank
To see what they could do
They said son - looks like bad luck
Got-a hold on you
Chorus:
Money's too tight to mention
I can't get an un-em-ploy-ment ex-ten-sion
Money's too tight to mention
I went to my brother
To see what he could do -
He said bro-ther like to help you
But I'm unable to
So I called on my fa-ther fa-ther
Oh my fa-ther
He said
Chorus:
Money's too tight to mention
Oh mo-ney mo-ney mo-ney mon-ey
Mo-ney's too tight to mention
I can't even qual-i-fy for my pension
We talk a-bout rea-gan-om-ics
Oh lord down in the con-gress
They're passing all kinds - of bills
From down on cap-it-ol hill - (we've tried them)
Chorus:
Money's too tight to mention
(spoken) cut-back!
Mo-ney mo-ney mo-ney mon-ey
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey
We're talk-in' 'bout the dollar bill
And that old man that's over the hill
Now what are we all to do
When the mon-ey's got a hold on you?
Mo-ney's too tight to mention
Oh mon-ey mon-ey mon-ey mon-ey
Mo-ney's too tight to mention
A-mero - mon-ey oh yeah
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey
We're talk-in' a-bout mon-ey mon-ey…..

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How about "Money's too tight to mention" - Simply Red

This recession will be so bad- or good, if you prefer ;) - that yet again, a complete genre of music will be born from it.

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Robin who?

Exactly. Nobody on here's ever heard of him.

But because he said house prices were going to fall further, he's a financial genius.

Which he clearly isn't as his managed funds have bombed this past 12 months. :lol:

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Exactly. Nobody on here's ever heard of him.

No-one's ever heard of me but I still got it right about house prices when I STR'd just before I subscribed to HPC.

Rinoa, prepare yourself for heartbreak!!!

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Exactly. Nobody on here's ever heard of him.

But because he said house prices were going to fall further, he's a financial genius.

Which he clearly isn't as his managed funds have bombed this past 12 months. :lol:

Running late today Rinoa

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