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So Many Fools, So Little Time (to Get Out)

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Selling before Christmas should now be a priority for the overgeared sheeple, surely?

If anyone waits until the new year, they will now be chasing the market down.

What do the HPC'ers think about selling right now or waiting until spring '08?

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Selling before Christmas should now be a priority for the overgear sheeple, surely?

If anyone waits until the new year, they will now be chasing the market down.

What do the HPC'ers think about selling right now or waiting until spring '08?

isnt the answer in your earlier assertion?

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I think anyone who plays for capital gains on such an illiquid asset is naive.

Let alone the fact it's your house.

For the man on the street, the whole concept of selling your home to fund your retirement is stupid and illadvised. On a macro level the equity simply cannot be realised.

I am just glad that the baby boom retirement phenomena has been largely decoupled from the stock market. Otherwise young people would be facing real problems as most UK business investment would have been withdrawn over a 5 year period.

Lets see what happens when they all try and sell.

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