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Alot of people called the top in May/June last year, after a bit of stagnation the market is having an excellent time at the moment.

I'm bearish on houses as you all know, but concerned that alot of people called this one wrongly.

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Alot of people called the top in May/June last year, after a bit of stagnation the market is having an excellent time at the moment.

I'm bearish on houses as you all know, but concerned that alot of people called this one wrongly.

:(

Hmmmm. Anyone see Next's results? Very, very strong...

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Hmmmm. Anyone see Next's results? Very, very strong...

This is just the kind statement the mega bears gave late 2004, totaly irrelevant - narrow thinking. Another typical statement from the life long bears is "who is going to buy anything when UK jobs are going abroad" - again not really relevant. You have to see things globally chaps.

Ive been saying since Dec 2004 on this forum that the SM will boom due to a decline in the appeal of UK real estate (money needs a new home) and the fact UK companies are on the whole on v good shape due to outsourcing, getting leaner & meaner post the dotcom bust, as exemplified by the huge cash piles they are sitting on.

Ive also maintained that we are at the start of a global boom resulting fron the fact that the third world and developing nations have begun on a path of unstoppable growth and industrialisation.

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share price up 7.81% as i speak! obviously christmas not as bad as was expected

Yes indeed: another example of BBC bias: Tough Christmas trading for Next

What they didn't mention is that total revenues were up 10% (including online and new stores). Typical BBC ! Always paintring a rosy picture when the reality is that we are all doomed !

Hey....... wait a minute...... :lol:

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Like-for-like sales in the 251 stores unaffected by new openings were down 3.2% compared with a previous drop of 6%.

The retailer expects full-year pre-tax profits to be in the range of £435m and £450m compared with current estimates of around £420m.

Next, selling mid-price fashion and homewares, said it was still cautious because of the difficult trading environment.

http://www.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30400-13489428,00.html

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This is just the kind statement the mega bears gave late 2004, totaly irrelevant - narrow thinking. Another typical statement from the life long bears is "who is going to buy anything when UK jobs are going abroad" - again not really relevant. You have to see things globally chaps.

Ive been saying since Dec 2004 on this forum that the SM will boom due to a decline in the appeal of UK real estate (money needs a new home) and the fact UK companies are on the whole on v good shape due to outsourcing, getting leaner & meaner post the dotcom bust, as exemplified by the huge cash piles they are sitting on.

Ive also maintained that we are at the start of a global boom resulting fron the fact that the third world and developing nations have begun on a path of unstoppable growth and industrialisation.

Ehhh? Is this aimed at me dogbox?

Like-for-like sales in the 251 stores unaffected by new openings were down 3.2% compared with a previous drop of 6%.

The retailer expects full-year pre-tax profits to be in the range of £435m and £450m compared with current estimates of around £420m.

Next, selling mid-price fashion and homewares, said it was still cautious because of the difficult trading environment.

May be the case but the only thing that matters is the market. It's always right. Today they gave Next a big vote of confidence.

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