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Where Will 3 Key Investments Be On 1St January, 2011

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I was also going to ask where you think the Pound will be relative to the US$ and Euro on 1/1/2011

the £ will be on par with the euro

cause both of them will be defunct

and the value of a $ will depend on how much

cocaine can be reclaimed from the note

otherwise around $2 and €1.50 to the £

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the £ will be on par with the euro

cause both of them will be defunct

and the value of a $ will depend on how much

cocaine can be reclaimed from the note

otherwise around $2 and €1.50 to the £

If the pound is going to rise by that much it would have to mean that the recovereh is intact and no HPC.

If there is a second leg down globally we are probably not well placed to weather it as our economy is heavily reliant on the kinds of things we cannot export (HPI and banksterism).

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I was also going to ask where you think the Pound will be relative to the US$ and Euro on 1/1/2011

GBP : 1.35 EUR

GBP : 1.60 USD

If I'm right, will you come back and congratulate me?

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GBP : 1.35 EUR

GBP : 1.60 USD

If I'm right, will you come back and congratulate me?

I am wondering if there is a way or recalling this poll on 1/1/2011 to see how accurate HPC.co is? Remember, we were named among the top 10 forecasters by The Times a while back for getting the HPC right. That is, until a rebound spoiled the fun for a bit.

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I am wondering if there is a way or recalling this poll on 1/1/2011 to see how accurate HPC.co is? Remember, we were named among the top 10 forecasters by The Times a while back for getting the HPC right. That is, until a rebound spoiled the fun for a bit.

It might be as high as GBP = 1.4 EUR.

You won't like my short term forecast though:

GBP = 1.85 USD

GBP = 1.30 EUR

...within the next few months.

:o

Edited for spelling - not to fiddle my figures...

Edited by AvidFan

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I am wondering if there is a way or recalling this poll on 1/1/2011 to see how accurate HPC.co is? Remember, we were named among the top 10 forecasters by The Times a while back for getting the HPC right. That is, until a rebound spoiled the fun for a bit.

i think that was probably more down to your Gold obsession

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If the pound is going to rise by that much it would have to mean that the recovereh is intact and no HPC.

If there is a second leg down globally we are probably not well placed to weather it as our economy is heavily reliant on the kinds of things we cannot export (HPI and banksterism).

cannae really argue with that

my predictions were simply extreme pessimism

balanced by extreme optimism

I think we have hit a situation that has no real precedent

i moved to euroland 5 yrs ago

and the rate was roughly €1.60

being paid in £'s made me quids in

the recent rise from €1.03 to €1.23

has coincided with a change in govt

or at least confidence that NuLabor were finished

My £ tinted glasses are more in hope than anything

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Moderate drops in the FTSE, houses but larger drop in gold?

Are the gold bears a silent majority until now or are the gold bugs glued to the screens after yesterdays mild sell-off?

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Moderate drops in the FTSE, houses but larger drop in gold?

Are the gold bears a silent majority until now or are the gold bugs glued to the screens after yesterdays mild sell-off?

More than 70% voted for an increase in gold! You're reading the poll wrong.

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I was also going to ask where you think the Pound will be relative to the US$ and Euro on 1/1/2011

Impossible to say so don't even bother speculating.

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