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felt so strongly about this had to start my first ever topic.

a report by an investor on housing prices with only one interview...with an EA

pure VI stuff, warning - includes 'green shoots' + use of an acrtual crystal fv<king ball!

no f-ing shame

credit goes to Mr Crabs on the NI forum for the heads up

but I thought you lot should see this and comment

I have but I bet it won't be on there :angry: :angry: :angry:

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I saw it. It was that Irish fella who's had property programs on Ch 5 before, Gary McCauseland. Huge VI.

Not really a news item and I think the Ea quoted was Savils, not exactly renowned for their predictions.

Edited to add:

I posted the following on that link;

Disgraceful. He's a massive "property porn" peddler and this is NOT a news item.

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I saw it. It was that Irish fella who's had property programs on Ch 5 before, Gary McCauseland. Huge VI.

Not really a news item and I think the Ea quoted was Savils, not exactly renowned for their predictions.

a quick scan of his ego trip website http://www.garymccausland.com/overview.htm

and you'll see he'll soon have over 200 apartments in london to sell

http://www.richlandgroup.co.uk/developments.htm

or you could oin his investor forum to buy of plan or maybe just buy his book 'how to make a million' in property

to have someone with that invested in hpi to present a prediction is surely oout of order for ch five

stupid f..kers get thier information from tv and think anything on the news is gospel

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No one watches Channel 5, they can spout whatever shite they like.

They average about 5% of audience share. 2 million ish? Personally I watch CSI and NCIS on there 'cos I like 'that sort of thing.' :rolleyes:

Edited: To my defence, CSI started out on Ch 4 but then switched at some point.

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They average about 5% of audience share. 2 million ish? Personally I watch CSI and NCIS on there 'cos I like 'yhat sort of thing.' :rolleyes:

it all adds up man

“The most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly - it must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over”

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

Joseph Goebbels

no diferent to the crap being blogged on the FT site

trickle and delay

they won't stop it of course but thier bullsh!t adds to the denial + therefore slowdown of the inevitable

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green shoots of recovery in 2009, stabalise in 2010. No better place for your money then bricks and mortar. Based on what exactly ? - i want to put that crystal ball of his in a sock and wrap it around his head!

The only factual comments were, this is a buyers market. First time buyers save up your deposit, 7 x salary lending and 100% mortgages are long gone, however there are new mortgage products coming onto the market everyday - so what does that mean ?

Ergh. Back to fundaments I think, traditional 3.5 x salary, 10-15% deposit etc. But I can't help think nothing will be learned from this economic fallout.

Lewis

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The last line from his website's biography:

Gary continues to stay focused on growing his business, media career and encouraging people to become involved with property.

Says it all really. Another sentence caught my eye too:

Gary started a property development company, The Richland Group, in 2002. He established himself as a successful property developer within a relatively short period of time....

Let's face it, we all know that 'short period of time' should normally be followed by the words 'through massive leverage and a sky-high debt burden'. Oh dear.

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The last line from his website's biography:

Says it all really. Another sentence caught my eye too:

Let's face it, we all know that 'short period of time' should normally be followed by the words 'through massive leverage and a sky-high debt burden'. Oh dear.

During the biggest bubble in history. i.e. He rode the wave on the way up. But unless he gets another wave following along he'll be left up shit creek without a paddle.

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It actually spelt out what I've been saying on here.

Really good programme and I bet a few FTB will be on their way to buying this month. All it needs is to get things moving and we'll be out of this downturn.

It may have spelt out what you have been saying but all that proves is that the opinions expressed about that tool apply equally to you and not by any means that you are in any way right.

More pathetic than prophetic.

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