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Is Media Reporting Becoming Louder

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Recent media reporting seems more and more extreme, from both bull (ever

greater highs predicted) and bear (greater lows).

Like a drug do the public need a larger and larger hit of hp / economic news to fulfill their needs. VI’s are obviously keen for momentum to continue and perhaps alleviate public fear.

If my insight is correct does this vigorous boiling of the hp/finance news mean anything?

Are we about to see the pot boil over or boil dry? Is this rallying of the media enough to push HPI beyond anyone’s wildest predictions?

There currently seems to be some confusion, and it is open as to which way things will go in the near term.

This stalemate can't continue though, people like to feel they are moving in a definite direction - something will have to give one way or another. But the VI’s appear to have limitless predictions of HPI joy… and with more and more HP bears loosing conviction where does this leave our forgotten generation?

We could certainly do with a war cry.

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