Thursday, February 14, 2008

Our survey said ……..uh uh! [Family Fortunes?]

Podcast for January Survey

click on the "Listen to the ...podcast". It will be interesting to listen to this going forward.

Posted by techieman @ 01:33 PM (622 views)
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3 thoughts on “Our survey said ……..uh uh! [Family Fortunes?]

  • In summary:-

    Prices (Down)
    Acivity (Down)
    New instructions (Down)
    Demand (Down)
    Stocks – highest since 1999 (UP)
    Sales/stock ratio (Down)

    Even the most bullish VI (Greenbay are you watching) must be able to spot the trend !

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  • There is a great bit at the end of the “interview” on this podcast where the plonker being interviewed says that FTBs are in a bad situation because;

    “If the economic fundamentals aren’t justifying the LTV ratios that have been around for the last few years, then they (FTBs) aren’t going to get on to the market”

    Or maybe prices will crash, as all your market indicators suggest, Rodney.
    I thought you were the one with the GCSEs!

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  • I wonder if Josh’s parents had to pay for his education. Still, at least he didn’t end up at Poxtons like most of the public school thickos.

    Oooh, that meddling media eh. Funny, he wasn’t moaning 2 years ago about the media.

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