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GOLDMAN SACHS (JERSEY) LD HPIA (G897)

This warrant listed on LSE is a negative house price index tracker.

Anyone know how it works? If it is based on Jun 2006 index which I read here

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/NR/rdon...SPFactSheet.pdf

then presumably the warrant expires - what happens then?

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GOLDMAN SACHS (JERSEY) LD HPIA (G897)

This warrant listed on LSE is a negative house price index tracker.

Anyone know how it works? If it is based on Jun 2006 index which I read here

http://www.londonstockexchange.com/NR/rdon...SPFactSheet.pdf

then presumably the warrant expires - what happens then?

IF there is a safe way to directly short the housing market I'd be happy to put my money where my mouth is. BUT..............

I would not use these, they are a rip off. Apparently, the implied vols were so high, that only Goldmans could ever make money.

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IF there is a safe way to directly short the housing market I'd be happy to put my money where my mouth is. BUT..............

I would not use these, they are a rip off. Apparently, the implied vols were so high, that only Goldmans could ever make money.

Best to indirectly short the housing market by buying gold, goldmoney or gold shares.

Got to protect against hyperinflation as there is no guarantee of deflation.

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Best to indirectly short the housing market by buying gold, goldmoney or gold shares.

Got to protect against hyperinflation as there is no guarantee of deflation.

You are right in saying that hyperinflation is a possibility. But there is no guarantee of this either.

I may well again buy gold/gold stocks about September time, where I expect what may turn out to be a final push up in the POG.

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