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Injin did at 40,000. Then started again.

Converted lurker stopped at 9,999.

I'm getting edgy about overtaking the mighty 'Bart' who at 10,421 is only 200 ahead of me.

Do you have targets / ceilings?

Plus I remember when 10,000 got you onto page 1, now it barely makes you onto page 2.

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Injin did at 40,000. Then started again.

Yeah, never, ever, ever stop posting for ages and then come back.

Oh, ******.

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Funny you should post this, I had similar thought, thinking I was near 10k only to realise I'd hit 10k17. ******.

I have to admit I've capitulated though. Not expecting HPC within my timeframe. Just not sure what else to do now.

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I'm just intrigued with what Bossybabe is constructing. She's been italicised there a good ten minutes. I'm hoping it will be awesome.

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Funny you should post this, I had similar thought, thinking I was near 10k only to realise I'd hit 10k17. ******.

I have to admit I've capitulated though. Not expecting HPC within my timeframe. Just not sure what else to do now.

No. I know, I really know how it is with this market, but no. Come on Carney, or a market event.

Doing my accounts this evening to find I've been badly miscalculating my position. Gripped by a sudden fear I'm not as comfortably away from needing a pay-day loan as I thought, if I don't get serious on improving my income from here on in. So will have a bit less time to follow HPC for a while. Was better positioned in 2007/08 for certain, ready for the crash. Ever since stimulus QE/0.5%/reflation hit our area, with so many houses going up in 'worth' and selling for considerably more than 2007 peak, those payday loans adverts give me the shivers. Had a nightmare it was 2018, with house prices up even further, and RK saying "I told you so" with my financial position having worsened.

Got to hope more of these BTLers, big debtor home-owners, are also finding they've miscalculated their position despite enjoying lower mortgage rates. With older owners with the larger homes also hopefully having spent up some of their capital savings, and feeling the effects of lower interest on their savings.

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No. I know, I really know how it is with this market, but no. Come on Carney, or a market event.

Doing my accounts this evening to find I've been badly miscalculating my position. Gripped by a sudden fear I'm not as comfortably away from needing a pay-day loan as I thought, if I don't get serious on improving my income from here on in. So will have a bit less time to follow HPC for a while. Was better positioned in 2007/08 for certain, ready for the crash. Ever since stimulus QE/0.5%/reflation hit our area, with so many houses going up in 'worth' and selling for considerably more than 2007 peak, those payday loans adverts give me the shivers. Had a nightmare it was 2018, with house prices up even further, and RK saying "I told you so" with my financial position having worsened.

Got to hope more of these BTLers, big debtor home-owners, are also finding they've miscalculated their position despite enjoying lower mortgage rates. With older owners with the larger homes also hopefully having spent up some of their capital savings, and feeling the effects of lower interest on their savings.

Stick in, Venger. This madness has to end sometime.

Looks like I broke my '1,000 posts/annum'self imposed limit.

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No. I know, I really know how it is with this market, but no. Come on Carney, or a market event.

Doing my accounts this evening to find I've been badly miscalculating my position. Gripped by a sudden fear I'm not as comfortably away from needing a pay-day loan as I thought, if I don't get serious on improving my income from here on in. So will have a bit less time to follow HPC for a while. Was better positioned in 2007/08 for certain, ready for the crash. Ever since stimulus QE/0.5%/reflation hit our area, with so many houses going up in 'worth' and selling for considerably more than 2007 peak, those payday loans adverts give me the shivers. Had a nightmare it was 2018, with house prices up even further, and RK saying "I told you so" with my financial position having worsened.

Got to hope more of these BTLers, big debtor home-owners, are also finding they've miscalculated their position despite enjoying lower mortgage rates. With older owners with the larger homes also hopefully having spent up some of their capital savings, and feeling the effects of lower interest on their savings.

It's ok, despite 7 (!) years my biggext 'mistakes' pre-date that somewhat. Any alternative narrative of possible action, forged from hindsight would be little more than wishful thinking.

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I won't stop posting even if I buy!

We'd already owned for some time when I started posting.

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I honestly don't know why I post here. I have a house, am not tight with money and don't like to moan about absolutely anything.

Yeah, same. I honestly don't know why I started but it must have some kind of addictive quality to keep coming back.

A good sign that you spend too much time on HPC is if you can identify which board you are on from the URL alone. Is anybody going to plead guilty?

For the record, HPC is third on my Google Chrome "most visited" start-up screen.

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I honestly don't know why I post here. I have a house, am not tight with money and don't like to moan about absolutely anything.

I also have a house, albeit rented, I spend a lot of money and I post here.

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I also have a house, albeit rented, I spend a lot of money and I post here.

Just out of interest Bruce did you ever own a house?

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Yes, for thirty years.

A life sentence? We're about half way to that, I might get time off for good behaviour.

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