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Quick Poll- Recession Vs. The Market

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Well, we draw to the close of another high octane wek on HPC, nothing much happening, not much to see here, move along move along. BUT- is that recovereh really about to engage top gear- its built on solid foundation,right....?

Or are you a doomsayer, an HPC renegade that just cannot possibly understand how come a huge recovery in the FTSE along with BBC presenters with large BTL portfolios suddenly writhing around under their desks masturbating themselves with glee..?

Place your bets here

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probably prices will crash when we've all bought, watched pots seldom boil as they say, one thing's for sure they have really gone for it with a media-driven recovery hype offensive and when you consider the media can drive a lot of purchasing decisions then it's quite a factor. common sense suggests where we are now is a very odd place to be all things considered, but this experiment with QE + ZIRP has never been done here before, it's weird amateur science

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