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Joey Buttafueco Jr

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Well done people, without you we couldn't have done it.

This crash is the mother of all CRASHES.!!!! PS. 1.7% annulised needless to tell folk on here though, but for the benefit of the brainless bankers and EAs is 20.4% without taking in consideration inflation! :o

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Well done people, without you we couldn't have done it.

This crash is the mother of all CRASHES.!!!! PS. 1.7% annulised needless to tell folk on here though, but for the benefit of the brainless bankers and EAs is 20.4% without taking in consideration inflation! :o

actually, annualised, it is a fall of 18.597%. It appears that, like 99.9% of the population, you do not understand the power of compounding. Not all bankers are brainless, doncha know! :rolleyes:

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IT IS DOUBLE DIGIT!

don't fall for the three month average AGAIN!

it's down 10.9%!!!"!

Do the calcs from January 08. Thats £197,243 in Jan 08, £177,351 now.

Thats 10.1% down in 7months. Its double digit down on January.

Did you hear me everyone

10.1% down in 7 months

This is truely the mother of all crashes

Edited by angrypirate

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All hail the mighty credit crunch - its mightier than Gordon Brown and his pathetic bunch.

Radio 5 now talking about house owners getting credit crunched.

Edited by beans on toast

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