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October 27, 2008


David Heigham

Excellent piece. I know see why twice gilts has seemed a reasonable return on my property investments (in good times).

I already knew how I suffer right now.

chris strange

It is interesting that the housing market gets so much closer to the theoretical level than the equity market. the Equity market will probably be larger in terms of numbers of trades per day and the volume of assets traded, but perhaps this could be because the number of individuals in the housing market is greater so in aggregate you are getting more wisdom from a bigger crowd.

Johnny Coates

Good tips you gave there!
I love the math part!


Di-doo, di-doo, di-doo-di-doo.

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