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Reuters: B T L Best Investment Since Turn Of The Century

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http://investing.reuters.co.uk/news/articl...RTY-RETURNS.xml

Buy-to-let best performing asset class since 2000
Mon Sep 4, 2006 5:26 PM BST172
By Jennifer Hill
LONDON (Reuters) - Buy-to-let property has delivered the strongest returns of all asset classes since the turn of the century, rising by 157 percent, followed by gold, data showed on Monday.
Investors who bought a buy-to-let property with a deposit of 25,000 pounds six years ago could expect to see a 39,309 profit today, based on the average rise in property prices,
according to specialist buy-to-let broker Landlord Mortgages.

Ramping must be a sign that old troublesome business cycle is kicking in again :angry: *

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That wouldn't happen to be a geared BTL investment would it? What would the return on the gold have been if it had been geared to the same degree?

Excellent point. Miracle Economy growth is as fleeting as a fart carried by a strong wind.

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What would the return on the gold have been if it had been geared to the same degree?

What alpha would either have over broad money supply in the same interval?

I'd have a hard time calling momentum plays which merely track their own replacement cost an "investment".

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