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Your ‘Great Property Debate’ Digest

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Your ‘Great Property Debate’ Digest

Posted on 10 June 2011 by Kris Sayce

Your ‘Great Property Debate’ Digest

What can we say… the Great Property Debate went pretty much as we expected.

The housing bulls would drag out their usual excuses, and we’d counter them point for point.

Of course, the format wasn’t really a debate.  Rather it was seven individuals giving a presentation one after the other.

The event kicked off with Tony Hayek.  As we understand it, Mr. Hayek owns a property investment business.  The following three quotes will give you a good idea of his 15-minute presentation:

“The property market has grown forever.”

“The property doomsayers have been wrong forever.”

“The GFC was the best financial period of my life: interest rates went down… rents went up… and capital values went up.”

[Ed note: The last quote is paraphrased; we were a bit slow jotting down his full comment.] Continue Reading

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The Boom Keeps on Booming – For Now

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The Boom Keeps on Booming – For Now

Posted on 08 October 2010 by Kris Sayce

A few things are swirling about in our brain this morning, so let’s see what gushes out as we tip our head to the side…

We’ve been writing to you for some time about the impending threat of mass inflation. Inflation that could push you to the brink of poverty – unless you’re prepared for it.

Already you’re seeing inflationary pressures and increased risk taking push many commodities to all-time or multi-year highs.

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