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The Sibley Thread Bomb - A How-To Guide

Contsruct: Put together between three and seven well-spaced lines of OTT blind optimism. Steer well clear of economics and stick to spurious anecdotals and the odd wild prediction. Finish off with "I told you so". Maximum impact, minimum detail. Nice!

Target: Find a thread with plenty of action going on. A "green shoots" thread is preferable, but any thread started by a fellow Bull usually works. If Harry Monk is there, even better!

Deploy: When it's least expected, throw the thread bomb into the target area and quickly move to a safe distance. Watch the thread bomb go off and create chaos among the Bears. Wait a while, then throw another one in for good measure. Job done.

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Dino = Rinoa / Roy Cropper = Columbo (and probably quite a few more).

In other words, a Multi-ID troll.

:rolleyes:

Whatever you get off on BB.

Just here to remind you:

Approvals are up.

Lending for house purchase up.

Transactions up.

prices up.

Looks like the bulls are going to be right after all.

:rolleyes:

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Whatever you get off on BB.

Just here to remind you:

Approvals are up.

Lending for house purchase up.

Transactions up.

prices up.

Looks like the bulls are going to be right after all.

:rolleyes:

Why are you so bothered about the bulls being right? I thought you selected the "neither" option..............

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Whatever you get off on BB.

Just here to remind you:

Approvals are up.

Lending for house purchase up.

Transactions up.

prices up.

Looks like the bulls are going to be right after all.

:rolleyes:

right about what?

and why is it good?

and if your lucky in your analysis, then what about when the cash buyers run out of steam and approvals DO NOT lead to completions, how can any guesses as to future movements be made.

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Why are you so bothered about the bulls being right? I thought you selected the "neither" option..............

Dino/Rinoa has just switched from "Neither" to "Bull", just to avoid any confusion. :)

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Whatever you get off on BB.

Just here to remind you:

Approvals are up.

Lending for house purchase up.

Transactions up.

prices up.

Looks like the bulls are going to be right after all.

:rolleyes:

.............. and there you have it, confirmation that bulls are nothing short of filthy scum. Housing is a basic human requirement. do these fools woop in delight every time fuel, food, water bills, council tax bills go up? I very much doubt it.

BULLS / VIs FILTHY SCUM the lot of them.

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As per title, the HMRC Transactions in Jun/09 are slightly up again and now YoY positive.

However, it's worth rembering that they peaked at 145k SA in Aug/07.

May/09 65k NSA 63k SA -23% YoY

June/09 75k NSA 65k SA +1.0% YoY

Updated Chart - new series, and historic old, NSA amd SA

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Property Transactions in the United Kingdom

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/stats/survey_of_prop/menu.htm

Casting an eye over that graph, it looks like median volume was c.120,000 through the 2000s.

If so, then how is 80,000 transactions a recovery? What happens if the graph stops going up and starts going down again?

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