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Look how the red long term trend line is showing a peculiar bend (circled).

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Don't worry, I am still bearish, as my forecast in my signature has six months to run. The sell signal still stands.

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How can a below inflation rise, infact barely any nominal rise what so ever cause a massive uptick like that?

It appears to be quarterly values of some sort. I believe the front page graph is 3 month annualised or something?

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How can a below inflation rise, infact barely any nominal rise what so ever cause a massive uptick like that?

If house prices were share prices, then this would be a signal of doom - the double top!  Or perhaps well get a head and shoulders formation.

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Well spotted. That chart must be wrong.

Another one, "First time buyers as a percentage of total loans for a house purchase". Interesting to know, right? Pity, last update: Q1 2008 !

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/graphs-ftb-percentage.php

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