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Don't Forget The Economy..

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Okay, conversations about one report showing massive drops, another showing nothing changing and another showing massive rises.. These conversations are confusing the hell out of everyone..

We go from "Yippee...." to "This can't be happenening" in a day.. All of us know enough to realise that this market cannot turn that fast..

We wonder quite why the BBC are fascinated in protecting the market, one that can only lead to recession without price correction..

Infact recession is going to happen..

We know that, a recession has followed every housing boom since the war..

I know its just a coincidence isn't it bulls... of course it is.. bless you..

But back to the recession..

Its still happening..

Which is bad..

But hell.. only the seasons are more cyclical..


Oh yes..


This is serious.

Job losses in papers due to a lack of advertising revenue..

Stop and think about that for a little bit..

Job losses are terrible.. in this area..

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