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  1. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from S Brule in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    REALLY ?
    So why is it that i'm seeing so many REDUCED properties for sale?
    The HOUSE PRICE CRASH is slowly materializing...
    Case in point, bungalow in wokingham SE going right NOW for: £294K ...this time last year it would have been SOLD and for around £330K
    I woudn't believe any figures from Halifax/banks EA's etc...they are ALL full of sh*T!
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    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
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    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
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    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    GREAT NEWS Folks!
    Countrywide share price Now DOWN to...
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  5. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    GREAT NEWS Folks!
    Countrywide share price Now DOWN to...
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  6. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Wheeler in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    While ya waiting for Harley  to reply...
    Heres a GOOD tip in regards to charting software.
    I use prorealtime's FREE  'End-of-Day version'
    https://www.prorealtime.com/en/
    Its EXCELLENT ! However WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!   Do NOT get the Real-Time version ...WHY because is costs moola AND we don't want to be shelling out any as we are all a... bunch frugal gits! 
  7. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Wheeler in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    While ya waiting for Harley  to reply...
    Heres a GOOD tip in regards to charting software.
    I use prorealtime's FREE  'End-of-Day version'
    https://www.prorealtime.com/en/
    Its EXCELLENT ! However WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!   Do NOT get the Real-Time version ...WHY because is costs moola AND we don't want to be shelling out any as we are all a... bunch frugal gits! 
  8. Cheers
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Admiral Pepe in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    AGREED!   Anything thats on the front cover of the R family owned The Economist do the OPPOSITE, yep be contrary...AND I expect the markets next week to SHOOT up on seeing this!   I reckon recession cancelled for at least a year...
  9. Cheers
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Admiral Pepe in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    AGREED!   Anything thats on the front cover of the R family owned The Economist do the OPPOSITE, yep be contrary...AND I expect the markets next week to SHOOT up on seeing this!   I reckon recession cancelled for at least a year...
  10. Cheers
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Admiral Pepe in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    AGREED!   Anything thats on the front cover of the R family owned The Economist do the OPPOSITE, yep be contrary...AND I expect the markets next week to SHOOT up on seeing this!   I reckon recession cancelled for at least a year...
  11. Cheers
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Admiral Pepe in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    AGREED!   Anything thats on the front cover of the R family owned The Economist do the OPPOSITE, yep be contrary...AND I expect the markets next week to SHOOT up on seeing this!   I reckon recession cancelled for at least a year...
  12. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from spunko in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Just catching up on this thread... and must say some emotional heartfelt posts here, nothing to add but just to say what a GREAT bunch we have on this FORUM!
  13. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Ya never know the Hunt Brothers offspring may be back to Corner the Silver Market in the next spectacular Silver bull market...
    https://priceonomics.com/how-the-hunt-brothers-cornered-the-silver-market/
  14. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker reacted to Cattle Prod in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    So Brent broke 80 dollars, strongly. That has been a ceiling for a while, let's see if it holds. You'll read a lot of noise about it, but the signal is about supply issues. As I said, the only reason it's not currently $110 a barrel (we have the same stockpiles now as we had when it was that price) is that the market doesnt think it has to pay more than 80. That there is supply to be switched on at this this price. That perception. It's wrong.
    Astonishingly, Saudi has let it be leaked, probably in response to Trump bleating, that they will struggle to pump ~11mbpd, rather than the consensus view of 12.5. There is 1.5mbpd of spare capacity gone, poof. Ive looked at all their fields (somewhat crudely, no pun intended) and came to this conclusion last year. They are currently drawing down above ground stocks.
    Shale (Permian) is running up against natural geological limits (specifically its becoming more gassy) and the EIA/IEA will continue to correct their ridiculous production projections.
    There is little other spare capacity in the world. It's probably never been this thin.
    If a deal isnt done with Iran quickly, I think we're in for a repeat of 2007. Oil spike to burst world economy. 
  15. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker reacted to DurhamBorn in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    My oil and gas work isnt anywhere near the currency work,but we do cross market it with liquidity cycles.Good place to add our recent dollar calls were once again the best in the market.The dollar turned just below 97 and is now at 94.We see 88 and maybe 74 unless the deflation kicks in before the targets can be hit.
    For oil we see below $20 for a very short period then a bull market to $200+.Natural gas will maybe be the 2nd best performing commod in the next cycle after silver.The explosion in the oil price will drive the reflation and also the rush to clean transport etc with a lag.As you say agriculture will move very quickly to potash,another huge winner in the next cycle.
    Silver is the big one though for me.In the history of futures trading the commercials have never ever sought to take delivery and been net long like they are now.The large speculators are also momentum players and are also at a 20 year extreme in net short postioning.When that turns they will chase positions.We have an outstanding chance here to accumulate silver (and platinum whos gold ratios is at the lowest since the early 80s).I think there is a very strong chance we are close to the biggest silver bull in history,but just a very strong one will do.
  16. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker reacted to kibuc in Purple Bricks share price   
    Ah, commisery. The misery you feel when you put your life savings in estate-agent's shares only to see it go up in a puff of smoke.
  17. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UmBongo in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    I say I say, I say, I say...   WHY won't YOU buy second-hand cloths DB?   Are ya worried someone may have snuffed it those second-hand cloths?!   You can always wash them using my SECRET ...(sodium percarbonate oxygen bleach)   You want to check out boot-sales you can clean up ...well I do at the boot-sale I go to, but hands-up the real reason i go there is to check-out the FOXY skimpily clad polish girls, some are just absolute babes, yes i'll admit I'm a bit of an old perv lol
  18. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from null; in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    NO one here has seen/been through a REAL recession unless they were at working age during 1990 to 1993 ...near on thirty yeras ago!
    The last few recessions in the UK have been tea-parties in comparison!
    As DB says, when this BIG one HITS, people are going to be SHOCKED to the core!
    BRING IT ON BABY
    EDIT: Aslo MEGA recession: 1980 - 1983 (when i started work)
  19. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from spunko in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Just catching up on this thread... and must say some emotional heartfelt posts here, nothing to add but just to say what a GREAT bunch we have on this FORUM!
  20. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from spunko in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Just catching up on this thread... and must say some emotional heartfelt posts here, nothing to add but just to say what a GREAT bunch we have on this FORUM!
  21. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from spunko in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Just catching up on this thread... and must say some emotional heartfelt posts here, nothing to add but just to say what a GREAT bunch we have on this FORUM!
  22. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from spunko in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Just catching up on this thread... and must say some emotional heartfelt posts here, nothing to add but just to say what a GREAT bunch we have on this FORUM!
  23. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker reacted to DurhamBorn in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    Like @sancho panza says being skint is my biggest fear.Iv had cancer,relationship breakups ,redundancy you name it and faced all those down easily,skint is far worse.When i was 12 to 14 id say where i lived in the north suffered an economic depression maybe as bad as the Great Depression.In my town and most northern towns nearly ALL the jobs went as they closed almost all our industry.I can remember seeing a guy leaning against the wall in our back alley.He was one of the toughest blokes i knew.He would put on the floor half a dozen fellas without blinking.Lovely bloke though and always stuck an embassy cigarette behind my ear if i was sat on the back step as they walked home from the factory.This day it was raining and i could hear him crying like a baby.I never went out the gate,he didnt know i was there.He pulled himself together and walked off.The reason he was crying was because he hadnt been able to get any work and couldnt take a wage home to his wife .Seems he used to walk the alleys as if he was walking from work that was now just an empty site.Industry closing broke him and almost everyone else.I used to see him simply walking his dog around the park.One night i saw his wife snogging another bloke behind a tree.She wasnt like that,a lovely woman and they stayed married until he died,but i guess she needed an escape too.That was a lesson il never forget.The government lie to you,the elite will screw you over in a blink.You have to protect yourself as best you can.Question everything you are told.Understand capital.I fear a new generation are about to be that bloke,and they might get it even worse as they are so used to getting more.
  24. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker reacted to harp in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    50 seems the ideal age to retire, if you can. That's what was in my mind when in my 30's. I actually retired at 41, well I say retired like it was a choice, it wasn't. I got blown up in Iraq while working for a Private Military Company. The guy next to me died and my two clients in the back of our armoured  Landcruiser were badly injured as was I. After receiving a settlement, I didn't expect that it would bring a whole new set of problems. Keeping hold of it and growing that sum has been a challenge. But I have done so, for now.
    No debt and plenty of time to do whatever I want is a great place to be at. Would I turn the clock back? No.
  25. Agree
    Yellow_Reduced_Sticker got a reaction from UnconventionalWisdom in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come.   
    ^^
    BTW, just checked countrywide share price, new LOW 11p ...HAS to be BUST?! HA-ha