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Interesting article, very interesting. I wonder if we will start to see more of this as journalists chase the new credibility band wagon?

 

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1 hour ago, wsn03 said:

Interesting article, very interesting. I wonder if we will start to see more of this as journalists chase the new credibility band wagon?

 

Harry Dent is a well known uber bear with a newsletter to sell.

http://www.dentresearch.com/premium-research/

It says more that the FT are quoting him.

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23 minutes ago, maverick73 said:

I believe in Harry Dent ;)

Roger that.He's written some great stuff over the years,as has David Stockman.You'd generally have been hosed if you'd followed their advice though.

For me,the FT covering Harry Dent is the story here,not what Harry is actually saying,.

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1 hour ago, Sancho Panza said:

Roger that.He's written some great stuff over the years,as has David Stockman.You'd generally have been hosed if you'd followed their advice though.

For me,the FT covering Harry Dent is the story here,not what Harry is actually saying,.

Or is it a slow day on the business pages?

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"There are few asset classes that offer as high a yield as buy-to-lets; we own a number of properties ourselves and believe property remains a good long-term investment."

Too funny. 

 

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