… oh and just to add to the above post, again my impression on re-visiting the forum after some time away is that will certain pages on restricted access and so many sub-forums, the “community” feel is not the same.
I know why the above structure is in place, but when you can’t access certain bits without paying and the barriers to entry are…[Read more]
Having been away for a while, I also notice that there is a little less of the nonsense around status stars and posts.
That’s gotta be a good thing. It’s not all about the amount of activity on the forum that matters…
They’re not really “screwed”. This will get lost in all the marketing collateral. The removal of the word “unbiased” will matter little unless you are comparing one ad to the other.
The advisor will still use the spiel in words to explain that really nothing has changed blah blah blah in the event someone asks.
If you have achieved what you had set out to do, well done, Chan. The word “rude”, you will notice, was Leigh’s – not mine.
Leigh, thanks for the moral guidance, but my conscience is clean.
It is curious that you both found this topic so sensitive.
Oh, and Chan, there is no need to spout cliche’s like “wake up”. I’m more than happy for you to…[Read more]
Some people above say that they’ve achieved their property goals and now are moving on to shares to kick some more.
All of a sudden you’ve acheived them?
Sounds a bit like someone having no goals in the first place and blowin’ in the economic wind…
Russ, $250K-ish is a low price for Sydney these days, regardless of where the house is located.
Kay – Mt Druitt = The sticks? [lmao] It’s practically inner city from where I sit. (Figuratively speaking).
se7en, I remember being in NZ a little while ago and it seemed to be de rigeur to say “dub dub dub” when advertising a website.
e.g. “Call us now on 1300 123 456 or go to dub dub dub propertyinvesting dot com”.
Saves six syllables at least!
This is being tested in court. Two things make this risky in my mind:
1. You fall further and further behind in a flat market
2. It has not been heavily promoted by major financial institutions in an extremely aggressive credit environment. That this has been avoided by the majors has to be indicative of it’s longevity as a strategy, in my mind.
Thanks, Bec for the explaining literal interpretation of the word “guy”.
Perhaps, as you’re in the UK, you could explain the literal meaning of pork, hump, root or shag as I think I might have be misuing these words…
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