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ubiquitous
Posted on: Nov 11 2014, 12:24 PM


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Read an article the other day ,which said there is still debt on England's books dating back to 1720 from the South Seas bust.

Also debt that is from the 1st World War is still unpaid in bonds 100 years later. They originally issued Bonds at 4 percent and are now after paying billions in interest thinking of refinancing the debt at 2 percent as money is cheap.

Seems QE and financing Wars etc, the debt is seldom repaid. Inflation renders the debt smaller over long periods. Hence we may see rampant inflation over time. just to service the interest.




  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: Sep 30 2013, 12:57 PM


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Hi Mark,

Your opinions are not lost on this site!!
You have been the only person to call the highs and lows with uncanny accuracy over many years.

I have great respect for your opinions. I'm sure others would agree you have proved time and time again your assumptions to be correct.
Please continue to share your wisdom with us.
After following the share market for 30 years I personally have never come across anyone with a better record for calling it.
Don't take offence by others as they are just learning ,probably the hard expensive way in time.
  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: Sep 30 2013, 12:56 PM


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Posts: 10

Hi Mark,

Your opinions are not lost on this site!!
You have been the only person to call the highs and lows with uncanny accuracy over many years.

I have great respect for your opinions. I'm sure others would agree you have proved time and time again your assumptions to be correct.
Please continue to share your wisdom with us.
After following the share market for 30 years I personally have never come across anyone with a better record for calling it.
Don't take offence by others as they are just learning ,probably the hard expensive way in time.
  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: Dec 5 2011, 09:54 AM


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K 1 has selflessly given his knowledge over the years. He says it like he sees it logically with facts and figures to back it up.
With the volatility in the markets, mostly news driven not logic. We need all the help we can get
Having spoken to an insider 98% of punters lose money on CFD's. This unfortunately makes one a better trader over time as you learn many strategies. Having followed endless commentators,it would be a great loss if K1 didn't share his insights and expertise. Mista Gear,sorry to hear about your families losses. Nobody gets it right all the time especially in these uncertain times.
Personally I would really miss K 1's posts.
  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: Sep 26 2009, 03:47 PM


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Elliot waves as in ,financial sense website is probably the most important website for traders,personally would follow Kahunas lead as he seems to be uncannily on the money.Remember Dow 1929 reversed 52 percent on wave 2 before collapsing over time.Fed will keep things up for a while.Agree entirely with Arty's comments.Follow these 2 any you will do o.k ,in my opinion.
  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: May 17 2009, 06:33 PM


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With utmost respect for Kahuna,Trying to use some of his methodology.
The U.S.A =PMI.The Purchasing Managers Index.for April was 40.1 up from March at 35.
The Beige book says GDP is 6.1 percent from 6.3 percent as people are not buying as many luxury goods.
The C.P.I was unchanged in April after declining in March 0.1 percent,it has flatlined.
Conclusion: It would appear that the market has turned up even if it is very slightly.
Interesting to see 1st of May C.P.I .
Would really like Kahuna's Opinions????
  Forum: Investment Discussion

ubiquitous
Posted on: Jul 26 2007, 06:50 PM


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In reply to: early birds on Thursday 26/07/07 06:37pm

Hedge funds suspend withdrawels,look on Bloomberg,financials =20% of sp 500,Subrime mortgage problems etc. thumbdown.gif
  Forum: Macro Factors

ubiquitous
Posted on: Apr 1 2004, 03:14 PM


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Celltech Group plc.Outlines positive preliminary results from CDP870 phase111 trial in RA.
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ubiquitous
Posted on: Mar 24 2004, 11:19 AM


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Interesting reading in biotech news,that Amgen said early-stage arthritis drug known as p38 did not show strong clinical trial results.
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ubiquitous
Posted on: Feb 18 2004, 09:10 AM


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The recent Federal Appeals court decision invalidating the university of Rochesters cox2 patent is an interesting outcome,how will this affect Peptech??
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