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    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan11 View Post
    He said the key to keep renters is to keep rent reasonable because he doesn't want his renters to be stressed on payments or miss one (that becomes costly to evict). Anyways...
    The cost renting of Private (Apartments) Flats, houses in Greater London in the UK, especially the central are through the roof, whether employed or unemployed. The whole housing situation is just terrible. Property owners rip people off.



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    England is a Fascist shit hole. Blame your government and it's complacement soft to the core lilly licking voter base.

    Your population has DEMANDED it's plight. Same as it ever was.

    You've got your source wrong - the government fucks the property owners over and in order to stay solvent/in business they must raise the rent.

    Backwards land is backwards.

    Quote Originally Posted by Republicanguy View Post
    The cost renting of Private (Apartments) Flats, houses in Greater London in the UK, especially the central are through the roof, whether employed or unemployed. The whole housing situation is just terrible. Property owners rip people off.
    "Like an army falling, one by one by one" - Linkin Park

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    2028ish will be the end of the Fourth Turning. 15 more years to go.

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    Exactly correct.

    It's going to get progressively worse for over a decade. There is no sustainable upswing on the horizon for nearly 20 years.

    The delusions are being destroyed by the Apocalypse as we speak - until the mass delusion is no longer, there will be no sustained forward momentum. Period. To believe otherwise is to be a function of this delusion.

    Quote Originally Posted by ctiger2 View Post
    2028ish will be the end of the Fourth Turning. 15 more years to go.
    "Like an army falling, one by one by one" - Linkin Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seraphim View Post
    Exactly correct.

    It's going to get progressively worse for over a decade. There is no sustainable upswing on the horizon for nearly 20 years.

    The delusions are being destroyed by the Apocalypse as we speak - until the mass delusion is no longer, there will be no sustained forward momentum. Period. To believe otherwise is to be a function of this delusion.
    Delusion? All signs in the OP look up, not down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.Shorland View Post
    Gold is setting up for a major move so there will be some 'news' behind it.I'm not in the club that knows what it is.
    Proof? Did you go long? How much? We need to know how much conviction you have in this trade.

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    You're missing the big picture. A single week is irrelevant for economic happenings that place over many years.

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    I suppose everything's ice cream and beer if you're the Fed Chairman, but here in the real world America's future is anything but bright...



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    Quote Originally Posted by matt0611 View Post
    I beg to disagree. America's future looks a lot like Europe, which is effed.
    As far as the evolution of the economic crisis, Europe is actually about two years behind us- not ahead. Their austerity plans have been putting some serious brakes on their recovery. Though if they tank again it will definately slow us again as well.
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    nice troll thread

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    Jordan must have some stocks he wants to dump. He only shows up when the market is peaking then disappears from the forum entirely during downturns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devil21 View Post
    Jordan must have some stocks he wants to dump. He only shows up when the market is peaking then disappears from the forum entirely during downturns.
    Seriously? If your reasoning were even close to correct, this is the last place I'd come to find liquidity to dump stocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    Seriously? If your reasoning were even close to correct, this is the last place I'd come to find liquidity to dump stocks.
    Which begs the burning question, what makes this the place you come to first for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Douglas View Post
    Which begs the burning question, what makes this the place you come to first for?
    Believe it or not, I agree with a lot of people here on a lot of issues. So this is a good place to come.

    Plus, I enjoy keeping RPF fair and balanced. Zippyjuan can't do it all by himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    Believe it or not, I agree with a lot of people here on a lot of issues. So this is a good place to come.

    Plus, I enjoy keeping RPF fair and balanced. Zippyjuan can't do it all by himself.
    I am ok with my man Zip.

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    [QUOTE=Jordan;4726670]Proof? Did you go long? How much? We need to know how much conviction you have in this trade.



    You're missing the big picture. A single week is irrelevant for economic happenings that place over many years.
    I have bought metals this year, I do not expect them to go down , I do not expect things to get better , I expect them to get worse.These, are just my thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    As far as the evolution of the economic crisis, Europe is actually about two years behind us- not ahead. Their austerity plans have been putting some serious brakes on their recovery. Though if they tank again it will definately slow us again as well.
    I think that is possible, I think austerity measures, here, if were ever taken ( not going to happen with this Socialist Senate, in the next few years), will bring more fire bombing than it does there, but I could be wrong, just in case , , my insurance is paid up....

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    Ohio Food Banks See Increasing Demand

    DAYTON, Ohio -- Ohio food banks are distributing
    more these days than during the height of the recession a few years ago
    because of a difficult jobs climate and higher costs for daily
    necessities, they report.

    The banks distributed 45 percent more food and supplies in fiscal
    year 2012 than they did in 2009, at the height of the recession, the
    Ohio Association of Foodbanks said.

    The 164 million pounds of food distributed to pantries and other
    charities by the food banks in the past year was an alarming increase,
    officials said. That matches the trend of greater "food insecurity" in
    Ohio, which is also growing throughout the country, they said.

    From 2009-2011, an average of 15.5 percent of Ohio households were
    "food insecure," which means they did not have enough access to food at
    some point during the year. That was an increase of 6.4 percentage
    points from 1999-2001.

    "We're limited," Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio
    Association of Foodbanks, told the Dayton Daily News for a story
    published Friday. "The pounds (distributed) are up, and the number of
    people is up, as well. About half of the folks we serve are hitting
    emergencies that were unexpected, and they're taking money out of their
    food budgets to serve other needs."

    The amount of food distributed by Ohio's food banks has increased
    steadily in recent fiscal years - from 113 million pounds in 2009 to 141
    million in 2010, 150 million in 2011, and 164 million 2012.
    more at http://www2.nbc4i.com/news/2012/nov/...nd-ar-1235228/
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    Green shoots!
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    I didn't realize how bright america's future is: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-1...elayed-release.

    Only 1/6 in the us is in the virtual electronic food line. From all the pessimism on this site, I would have thought it was 1/5. Gee Jordan, you are right, time for optimism!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jclay2 View Post
    I didn't realize how bright america's future is: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-1...elayed-release.

    Only 1/6 in the us is in the virtual electronic food line. From all the pessimism on this site, I would have thought it was 1/5. Gee Jordan, you are right, time for optimism!!!
    The difference between 1/6th and 1/5th is 1/30th, but do you know what that means? That means there is still a slice of the collective pie waiting for me. Nom nom I'm hungry!

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    The future , for most, will be shit , I did not even get my Magic 8 Ball out for that.

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