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I remember this site when we had large (15->16) YOY figures, prices had been rising at incredible amonts. This site was a loan voice, arguments between bulls and bears were hypothetical, and the bulls had the economic data to back them up. When bearish news came up it was used by the bears in minute detail, people seemed exstaic when bearish results and news came up.

The economic data has shifted to the bears over the past two years, today the figures are completely different, very small, some negative YOY values against inflation. However bears are turning bullish, a sure sign, when the last bear turns bull the crash is in full swing....

Traffic to this site continues to rise...


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