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Frank Hovis

House Prices & The Ftse

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I've posted similar before but so many threads seem to conflate the two that I wanted to gauge whether people are just being sloppy in their thinking and extending a tanking in house prices to other asset classes or whether they have thought it through.

My basic rationale is that there was a credit bubble. The Magic Money Token or MMT this time was property.

The collapsing credit bubble takes with it its MMT and any associated industries - banks, estate agents.

This also brings in a recession which will hit non-associated industries, but to a lesser extent.

So:

House Prices have a long way to fall yet

Banks, EAs and Housebuilders have had their big falls

Other companies have had their smaller recessionary falls

Hence I don't think the big falls due for House Prices will hit anything other than house prices. The FTSE is due a correction after the July rises but then will bump along.

This is a guess like any other but I have explained my reasoning. So over to you.

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House prices will bump along for many years, up and down.

FTSE has recovered nicely and quality stock like BP will rise.

I invest my spare cash into stock market just for the 5% yield rather then leave my money in the bank.

I`d sooner make money on FTSE then in property.

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