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I'm having a bad day today :(

CPI bullsh** figures at 1.9% - total crock of crap

Houses still too high

Country in biggest debt bubble ever (as far as I am aware)

Government wanting to control people with ID cards

TAX TAX TAX

Over indebted idiots being bailed out by going bankrupt

99% of people are blind to this too.

I have a decent amount of savings (tens of thousands) and feel poor

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I'm having a bad day today :(

CPI bullsh** figures at 1.9% - total crock of crap

Houses still too high

Country in biggest debt bubble ever (as far as I am aware)

Government wanting to control people with ID cards

TAX TAX TAX

Over indebted idiots being bailed out by going bankrupt

99% of people are blind to this too.

I have a decent amount of savings (tens of thousands) and feel poor

Rant over

Maybe you feel poor because you're saving too much? There's no way saving can compete against the rate at which banks can create money from nothing. :angry:

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Chill out.

US rates, Euro rates and most other rates are on thier way up.

Factory gate inflation is going up, up, up, which will feed through into CPI.

Where I am, the August rate cut gave the market a little kick, but this has dried up mid December and the market has now stalled again.

There are some dreamers, but also some aggressive sellers out there. I could defo buy cheaper now that this time last year. The economy is coming off the rails and crash Gordon is getting deperate.

If they cut rates again, it could be a depserate measure mistake which will cause lots of other knock on issues, which over the medium term will ensure a crash.

Taxes up,

Unemployment up,

Sentiment down

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Maybe you feel poor because you're saving too much? There's no way saving can compete against the rate at which banks can create money from nothing. :angry:

hmm makes me feel like I should just spend spend spend?

Maybe you feel poor because you're saving too much? There's no way saving can compete against the rate at which banks can create money from nothing. :angry:

hmm makes me feel like I should just spend spend spend?

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I'm having a bad day today :(

CPI bullsh** figures at 1.9% - total crock of crap

Houses still too high

Country in biggest debt bubble ever (as far as I am aware)

Government wanting to control people with ID cards

TAX TAX TAX

Over indebted idiots being bailed out by going bankrupt

99% of people are blind to this too.

I have a decent amount of savings (tens of thousands) and feel poor

Rant over

Who ever said life was meant to be easy hey?

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Who ever said life was meant to be easy hey?

Hey my life has never been easy. Life is never easy for most of us. I don't expect it to be a breeze.

Would be boring if it was I guess. I just want opportunities to get on with life.

You can't argue that the government are fiddling things for short term gain

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Maybe you feel poor because you're saving too much? There's no way saving can compete against the rate at which banks can create money from nothing. :angry:

Ah.

But you don't have to compete against the banks. You just have to beat your peers.

And since they would appear to be indebted up to the eyeballs at the worst possible time...

Relax.

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