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I'm calling it. August 2018 will be seen as the peak

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We haven't had one of these threads for a while. I'm calling August 2018 as the peak for HPI. 

Sentiment is starting to turn in the Media, Foxtons look shakey even with the new cash, uncertainty with the looming brexit, S24 casuing confusion. And a Spring bounce that wont spring.

The cat is well and truely dead and has stopped bouncing. 

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On 29/08/2018 at 11:02, Monkey said:

We haven't had one of these threads for a while. I'm calling August 2018 as the peak for HPI. 

Sentiment is starting to turn in the Media, Foxtons look shakey even with the new cash, uncertainty with the looming brexit, S24 casuing confusion. And a Spring bounce that wont spring.

The cat is well and truely dead and has stopped bouncing. 

another thread saying the same thing for the 100000000th time? 

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On Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 11:02, Monkey said:

We haven't had one of these threads for a while. I'm calling August 2018 as the peak for HPI. 

Sentiment is starting to turn in the Media, Foxtons look shakey even with the new cash, uncertainty with the looming brexit, S24 casuing confusion. And a Spring bounce that wont spring.

The cat is well and truely dead and has stopped bouncing. 

Lets see in 6 months once brexit happens, how the market reacts.

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      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
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