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LAST UPDATED AT 15:38 GMT

Dow Jones 12123.03 Down -218.80 -1.77%

Nasdaq 2712.73 Down -51.92 -1.88%

FTSE 100 5879.78 Down -116.23 -1.94%

Dax 7029.82 Down -148.47 -2.07%

Cac 40 3883.98 Down -90.50 -2.28%

BBC Global 30 5650.39 Down -77.68 -1.36%

A bad day on the markets...have they realised today just how f**ked they/we all are ?

:lol:

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You always know it's a down day in the market when late posters on HPC start new threads (twice) on topics that are already being widely discussed elsewhere :lol:

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A bad day on the markets...have they realised today just how f**ked they/we all are ?

:lol:

RK posted an interesting graph on the chart thread too.. Linky

Makes you wonder..

commodity-chart1.jpg

Source:

http://tradersnarrative.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/the-commodity-supercycle-is-this-time-different/

Edit to add: Interesting to note that commodity prices have never actually declined since the removal of the gold standard, but it gives an indication of where yields/returns may (not) be coming from in future..

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RK posted an interesting graph on the chart thread too.. Linky

Makes you wonder..

commodity-chart1.jpg

Source:

http://tradersnarrative.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/the-commodity-supercycle-is-this-time-different/

Edit to add: Interesting to note that commodity prices have never actually declined since the removal of the gold standard, but it gives an indication of where yields/returns may (not) be coming from in future..

The gold to dow ratio is about 8, coming down from 40 in the year 2000. So we are at the other extreme now. However it hasn't turned the other way yet, so there is some way to go yet. Equities will be the next boom in a few years.

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  • 276 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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