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Gosh, these world interest rate rises must be taking their toll.

I wonder what other things that enjoy low interest rates might also get affected? :unsure:

Edit - the DECADE view is looking great. What's the problem? You need to be in this for the long term. In the long run it always goes up.

Edited by megaflop

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DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE IN (DJI:^DJI) Delayed quote data

DJ INDUSTR AVERAGE (DJI:^DJI)

Index Value: 10,742.08

Trade Time: 8:47PM

Change: 50.50 (0.47%)

Prev Close: 10,792.58

Open: 10,783.14

Day's Range: 10,701.51 - 10,862.30

52wk Range: 10,098.20 - 11,709.10

Volume: 361,267,296

FTSE might be disappointing again Wednesday.

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AOL says currently -77

now - 90.21

DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE I ($INDU)

10,706.14 -86.44 (-0.80%)

as of 09:03 PM BST on 13/06/2006 (DJ Index Delay: 0 mins.)

Edited by libitina

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Don't look at them then... seriously if you can't sit and look at a price going up and down with the whims of short term speculators then you'd be better off in another market otherwise just do what Warren Buffet does.

1. buy Shares.

2. never sell them.

3. collect income (dividends)

forget about the price it doesn't matter "prices are what you pay value is what you get"

collect income year 1

collect income year2

and so on until death.

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Don't look at them then... seriously if you can't sit and look at a price going up and down with the whims of short term speculators then you'd be better off in another market otherwise just do what Warren Buffet does.

1. buy Shares.

2. never sell them.

3. collect income (dividends)

forget about the price it doesn't matter "prices are what you pay value is what you get"

collect income year 1

collect income year2

and so on until death.

Absolutely agree with this. Compounding a reinvested income stream - that's the secret to a comfortable retirement.

Any unlike investment property, you can off-load it in an instant. And there are no tenants, voids, maintenance etc.

:ph34r:

Edited by mjdazeley

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Absolutely agree with this. Compounding a reinvested income stream - that's the secret to a comfortable retirement.

Any unlike investment property, you can off-load it in an instant. And there are no tenants, voids, maintenance etc.

:ph34r:

Another interesting thing is that he never uses Dividends to reinvest at the prevailing market price in the equities he owns, if you look at Berkshire Hathaways Equity portfolio its like

AMEX 1,000,000

coca Cola - 2,000,000

that way he never pay's an over inflated temporary market price. e.g he takes the profits to invest in a more attractive venture at a more favorable valuation.

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Absolutely agree with this. Compounding a reinvested income stream - that's the secret to a comfortable retirement.

Any unlike investment property, you can off-load it in an instant. And there are no tenants, voids, maintenance etc.

:ph34r:

Not sure about the 'never sell' option...when the cycle is in full flow (or you just get luckY) some profit-taking will really bump up that pension fund. :P

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What time does the Nikkei open? (gmt)

1 am BST (or 12 midnight GMT if you insist :) )

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