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Everything seems to be rigged. PM's down, saving rates down, inflation down. My interest payments have gone from pounds to nearly pence lol.

When every political party is determined to keep the status quo, what do you do for safety?

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On third thoughts, since everyone else seems to be 'investing' 'their' money into residential lettings I would think the best way to arbitrage this is to buy shares in companies that provide services to the landlords.

1, BTL Insurance companies.

2, BTL service providers, energy certification, painter / decorators,

3, BTL Finance companies

4, BTL Estate agencies

5, Card payment meter companies

6, Budget carpet companies

There must be many opportunities that people shoving their money into BTL are missing, best to look there or make your money from supplying services to them.

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I hear that early adopters of the Nationwide Loyalty Saver A/C will shortly suffer a 0.5% reduction to 2.1% gross. Amazed it went on as long as it did. Carney is punishing the prudent as never before.

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