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Global Fund Assets To Top $100 Trillion On Real Estate Boom

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Global fund assets are projected to grow by 60% to $101.7 trillion by 2020, fuelled by the shift toward individual retirement plans, a surge in high-net-worth individuals in emerging markets and growth in sovereign wealth fund (SWF) assets, PwC says.

Here (The Nation?) http://www.nationmul...s-30231458.html

or http://www.bangkokbu...-boom-pwc-says/

and what appears to be the source: http://www.pwc.com/u...anagement.jhtml

Lets have some more excuses for buyers who've pay ever higher prices, pushing all houses up in value. Some hpcers were offering excuses for recent buyers (2005-07) during 2008 and onwards, where those buyers have seen their homes go up in value by more than 30% since that point. Just last week...vs buying. "What are they supposed to do... RENT on insecure tenancies?" (Yeahh any excuse for paying ever higher prices). Has it occurred to you the buyers may be correct in their buying decisions you offer excuses for? That things could get a whole more expensive with forever HPI again.

PwC said much of the growth in assets would come from newly affluent people in developing world in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

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Here (The Nation?) http://www.nationmul...s-30231458.html

or http://www.bangkokbu...-boom-pwc-says/

and what appears to be the source: http://www.pwc.com/u...anagement.jhtml

Lets have some more excuses for buyers who've pay ever higher prices, pushing all houses up in value. Some hpcers were offering excuses for recent buyers (2005-07) during 2008 and onwards, where those buyers have seen their homes go up in value by more than 30% since that point. Just last week...vs buying. "What are they supposed to do... RENT on insecure tenancies?" (Yeahh any excuse for paying ever higher prices). Has it occurred to you the buyers may be correct in their buying decisions you offer excuses for? That things could get a whole more expensive with forever HPI again.

The high net worthers comes off the back of vast armies of precariat workers.

Without the precariat you have no competitive advantage.

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