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I for one expect a house consisting of 600 tons of Yellow, Heavy Bricks to fall in value over coming weeks.

Perhaps down from about $582,000 to about $540,000 for a 600 ton house.

I feel the expectations of demand for bricks for such a house is going to decline. Future expectations of price growth might have reached a turning point today.

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I for one expect a house consisting of 600 tons of Yellow, Heavy Bricks to fall in value over coming weeks.

Perhaps down from about $582,000 to about $540,000 for a 600 ton house.

I feel the expectations of demand for bricks for such a house is going to decline. Future expectations of price growth might have reached a turning point today.

:lol:.....I get it..... :lol:

Steve

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I personally feel that there has been a speculative bubble is the market for shiny yellow bricked houses and that due to BBs tacit admission of a deflationary recession just on the horizon and his laughable suggestion to the lenders that they should give houses of the non-yellow bricked variety away for free.....all commodities (yellow bricked houses in particular) will crash and burn somewhat over the coming weeks. At least this means that it will be unlikely that the FED will try to repossess people's yellow bricked houses like they did in the 30s.

Steve

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I personally feel that there has been a speculative bubble is the market for shiny yellow bricked houses and that due to BBs tacit admission of a deflationary recession just on the horizon and his laughable suggestion to the lenders that they should give houses away for free.....all commodities (yellow bricked houses in particular) will crash and burn somewhat over the coming weeks..

Steve

I'm sorry Steve, I have to disagree. Shiny yellow bricks are historically underpriced if one takes into account inflation. Adjusting accordingly, I fully expect them bricks to pave the way to the moon and back. But just don't touch ETF bricks, only physical, ok?

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I'm sorry Steve, I have to disagree. Shiny yellow bricks are historically underpriced if one takes into account inflation. Adjusting accordingly, I fully expect them bricks to pave the way to the moon and back. But just don't touch ETF bricks, only physical, ok?

I'll fight them on the beaches (of the Sea of Tranquility) before I let them pave over my paradise and put up any parking lots up here young fella me lad.

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I'm sorry Steve, I have to disagree. Shiny yellow bricks are historically underpriced if one takes into account inflation. Adjusting accordingly, I fully expect them bricks to pave the way to the moon and back. But just don't touch ETF bricks, only physical, ok?

I'm sorry, I can't keep this up....its made me laugh so hard a bit of wee came out..... :lol::lol::lol:

Steve

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I'll fight them on the beaches (of the Sea of Tranquility) before I let them pave over my paradise and put up any parking lots up here young fella me lad.

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter* in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain....

* NB: not shiny stuff related, I hope.

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I personally feel that there has been a speculative bubble is the market for shiny yellow bricked houses and that due to BBs tacit admission of a deflationary recession just on the horizon and his laughable suggestion to the lenders that they should give houses of the non-yellow bricked variety away for free.....all commodities (yellow bricked houses in particular) will crash and burn somewhat over the coming weeks. At least this means that it will be unlikely that the FED will try to repossess people's yellow bricked houses like they did in the 30s.

Steve, didn't you say just a few days ago that you expected shiny yellow metal bricks to increase in value quite massively in the coming days. Something about a "gut feeling" IIRC.

What's changed?

Edit: Ah yes, here it is: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...mp;#entry996362

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I sold all my yellow bricked real estate 2 weeks ago. Too exciting for me. I know...i know...I'm a wuss.....

Fair play to all of you hardcore property developers out there though......I bet you b*ggers make a fortune......

Steve

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I'm sorry, I can't keep this up....its made me laugh so hard a bit of wee came out..... :lol::lol::lol:

Steve

Was it yellow?

Edit: sbn - props!

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Shiney yellow bricks (SYBs) have taken a bit of a pummelling - Thank goodness - I though it might never happen! Is there any more news on the IMF selling their house?

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I sold all my yellow bricked real estate 2 weeks ago. Too exciting for me. I know...i know...I'm a wuss.....

Fair play to all of you hardcore property developers out there though......I bet you b*ggers make a fortune......

Steve

I've still got all mine in BV*... it'll be staying there for a while yet :)

* That's www.brickvault.com by the way... to avoid any confusion...

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Steve, didn't you say just a few days ago that you expected shiny yellow metal bricks to increase in value quite massively in the coming days. Something about a "gut feeling" IIRC.

What's changed?

Edit: Ah yes, here it is: http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...mp;#entry996362

Your'e right. That was just the pessimist in me thinking that would just be my luck given I had just sold all of my bricks.

A kind of pre-event defense mechanism if you like. That way...when/if it happened, I could console myself with the hollow smugness of saying "well, there you go see, I said it was going to go up".... <_<

Yes...i know.....very sad...... :lol:

Steve

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