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Are We Nearly There Yet?

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Housing market is a total glacier, takes donkeys years to shift by a remotely noticeable amount. The current upwards rise is probably a speedbump to counteract the weirdly fast drop of 2008... just to make things even more tedious and grindy.

It's the reason why so many people have made so much money from it... the ones that accept that it goes down as well as up, that is.

We should be seeing signs of modest falls by 2012, but don't count on it, unless there's a real reason for the interest rates to go up again.

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the UK economy has both feet in a giant vat of slow drying concrete & it's already started setting. 2012 should see it rock solid & going nowhere for a decade or two. :D

In which case you should be grateful that you are old.

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They appear to have left their heads in the sand.

But no, we are not nearly there yet.

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is 42 old ? :(

I'm in good condition though. ;)

Perhaps you should change your name to cheerful-middle-aged-chap-returns.

Unless you lied about the gender as well. :angry:

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is 42 old ? :(

Depends upon the question.

Is this the ultimate question?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

& No, DYIV we are nowhere not nearly anywhere there yet as it seems only a short time ago that dear Ali Darling was telling us:- "The loan book is good".

I think we should all bear this in mind for the sake of our portfolios because now the loan book is all we have :(

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2012? So time for a few more posts then?

jeez, this is taking foooooorreveeeerrr!!!!

BORING!!!!!!!!

Oh please god no.

Can't you get a job, or girlfriend (or both) and maybe move to an area where there is no internet?

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Housing market is a total glacier, takes donkeys years to shift by a remotely noticeable amount. The current upwards rise is probably a speedbump to counteract the weirdly fast drop of 2008... just to make things even more tedious and grindy.

It's the reason why so many people have made so much money from it... the ones that accept that it goes down as well as up, that is.

We should be seeing signs of modest falls by 2012, but don't count on it, unless there's a real reason for the interest rates to go up again.

hmm 2012.....just about have enough by then....and that's the date for the Mayan calendar to end....about time one of these end of the world predictions comes true..typical :P

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hmm 2012.....just about have enough by then....and that's the date for the Mayan calendar to end....about time one of these end of the world predictions comes true..typical :P

hee...hee

I am thinking about the UK holimpic games in 2012 & the Mayan pole shift, now that would be something that the UK would go down in history for. :o:D

can some clever scientisty person tell me, does that mean the track runners have to run backwards if the poles shift ?

would they collect the javelin & discuss?

also, surely this puts the UK in a strong position for the holimpics then, because I have often heard it said that the UK has a backward attitude to sports training.

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Oh please god no.

Can't you get a job, or girlfriend (or both) and maybe move to an area where there is no internet?

lol

cant you just ignore if you dont like me?

some people think im funny, like me for example, i always chortle at my posts, obviously you think im a **** so be grown up about it and ignore me. you are on my ignore list from now anyway, so thats that. The wonders of modern technology.

retard

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Housing market is a total glacier, takes donkeys years to shift by a remotely noticeable amount. The current upwards rise is probably a speedbump to counteract the weirdly fast drop of 2008... just to make things even more tedious and grindy

yes, i think that's right.

...We should be seeing signs of modest falls by 2012, but don't count on it, unless there's a real reason for the interest rates to go up again.

i think that's a tad pessimistic [from a bear perspective], there should be another 10% or so to fall if lending remains at current [sensible] levels, even without significant interest rate hikes.

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Almost there....things are speeding up at quite a rate!

The dollar is in deep trouble...it's Gold n Silver time!

;)

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lol

cant you just ignore if you dont like me?

some people think im funny, like me for example, i always chortle at my posts, obviously you think im a **** so be grown up about it and ignore me. you are on my ignore list from now anyway, so thats that. The wonders of modern technology.

retard

Splendid - this means I can insult you behind your back - you illiterate, racist ******wit.

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I have never lied about anything on any site fwiw. :)

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Apart from the misrepresentation of your cohort and disposition.

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