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Anymore Pretcher-Like Doomsters Of Late

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I notice in the last month Pretcher has not been alone in signalling doom in the markets in the coming months.

HPCers have posted links to other financial types, chartists and so on who are saying similar. Someone posted a link to some geeky looking guy who apparently charted the last two downturns spot on - it might have been Bubb who posted it.

Anyhow, have any more DOW?S&P doomsters come out saying the same in recent weeks? I don't know who they are so can't google them.

Just wondering if there is a growing voice that something nasty is about to happen in the markets... in the hope that the knock-on affect will be a panic in the housing market?

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Just wondering if there is a growing voice that something nasty is about to happen in the markets... in the hope that the knock-on affect will be a panic in the housing market?

Loads. Good p;ace to see them is marketoracle. MISH is a great one.

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General opinion is that the US markets and economy start to roll over in the Autumn - October and onwards - until late 2011 or into 2012. No doubt we'll follow in 2011 and 2012...

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So I think they will print again - US will, just not sure whether it will be now so Obama gets some Nov election bounce, or after Nov elections.

My guess is after. The mid term elections are important but remember the big prize is up for grabs in 2012 and Obama will want plenty of dry powder for the run up.

He will recall that the democrats got trounced in 1994 but Clinton won an easy re-election in 1996 as the goldilocks economy started.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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