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Inside Track - Clinging On By Their Fingernails!

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Inside Track promote "buy one get one free"

Last week various news items indicated that the bubble was finally bursting in relation to the pumped up buy to let market.

No more so than in the off plan, or the new build market were TMW (The Mortgage Works), part of the Paragon group of companies, recently declared that they would no longer consider loans on such propositions due to the unpredictable and fluctuating values often attached.

Further, the SIPPS bombshell left investment strategies, based on preferential pension provision, in complete tatters.

Finally, smartnewhomes.com provided data suggesting that new builds, in particular the typical two bed investment flats, have lost an approximate value of 5% YoY Dec. 2004-Dec 2005.

Inside Track speakers now openly admit that, due to the SIPPS reversal, any potential floatation has been shelved. Reducing the cost of the course by approx. 70% may reveal that Inside Tracks immediate target is survival.

http://firstrung.co.uk/articles.asp?pageid...articlekey=1034

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Perhaps the recognition is dawning that there are a finite and diminishing number of potential new investors

That's the reason EVERY pyramid selling scam eventually collapses. :rolleyes:

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