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  • #46
    Originally posted by Jeffa View Post
    2021 as follows...each should have a cause and effect.

    -NZD will push closer to 80c usd forcing the RBNZ to lower the official cash rate.

    -Retail rates drop to low 2s and just below.

    -House price inflation 15%

    -Population increases

    -Boarders will remained closed.

    -Volitilty in sharemarket although record highs expected with low interest rates. -

    -No CGT

    -No DTI

    -Increase to brighline test 7 year's.

    -LVRs 30% in March 40% in November.

    -Non banks increase market share.

    -March will be a wake up call for big 4 banks.

    -Vaccine disruption and delays

    -Building steady.

    It's another year similar to 2020 ,wealth transfer and an open opportunity to cement your financial position.
    These opportunities only come once every 40 years,the window will close in approximately 18 months..massive inflation is coming from 2023.
    Inflation hit double digits in the 70s..that was also the beginning of the new wealth class around the western world,

    Have you prepared?
    *Retail rates lowered
    *Borders remain closed

    *Vaccine disruption and delays

    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-...covid-vaccines

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Jeffa View Post

      *Retail rates lowered
      *Borders remain closed

      *Vaccine disruption and delays

      https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-...covid-vaccines
      You have predictive programming skills Jeffa, are you sure your not part of the establishment?
      "DEBT BECOMES IRRELEVANT WITH INFLATION".

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Jeffa View Post
        *Borders remain closed
        When is a prediction not a prediction? When it quotes old news, perhaps?

        Originally posted by Cindy's Media Conference
        Given the risks in the world around us and uncertainty about the global rollout of the vaccine, we can expect our borders to be impacted for much of this year.
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        • #49
          Originally posted by Perry View Post

          When is a prediction not a prediction? When it quotes old news, perhaps?
          When you actually see when I predicted it and when Cinderella commented on it several weeks later.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Jeffa View Post
            2021 as follows...each should have a cause and effect.

            -NZD will push closer to 80c usd forcing the RBNZ to lower the official cash rate.

            -Retail rates drop to low 2s and just below.

            -House price inflation 15%

            -Population increases

            -Boarders will remained closed.

            -Volitilty in sharemarket although record highs expected with low interest rates. -

            -No CGT

            -No DTI

            -Increase to brighline test 7 year's.

            -LVRs 30% in March 40% in November.

            -Non banks increase market share.

            -March will be a wake up call for big 4 banks.

            -Vaccine disruption and delays

            -Building steady.

            It's another year similar to 2020 ,wealth transfer and an open opportunity to cement your financial position.
            These opportunities only come once every 40 years,the window will close in approximately 18 months..massive inflation is coming from 2023.
            Inflation hit double digits in the 70s..that was also the beginning of the new wealth class around the western world,

            Have you prepared?
            *Retail rates lowered

            *Borders remain closed

            *Vaccine disruption and delays

            *Non banks increase market share

            https://tmmonline.nz/article/9765180...-lending-soars
            KING JEFFA SEE'S ALL !!!



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            • #51
              Originally posted by crashy View Post
              Infrastructure will be well funded with rail, highways, airports, ports and dams. Unemployment plummets. Wage growth.

              House prices will increase 25% in 2021 due to low rates, immigration, easy money, wage growth and low unemployment.
              https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/124...to-49-per-cent
              Last edited by Perry; 03-02-2021, 03:28 PM. Reason: Amended link

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              • #52
                New Zealand set for another recession, but housing market will remain hot, Westpac says
                16 Feb 2021
                Originally posted by Stuff
                New Zealand is set for another recession this year, Westpac’s economists say – but it won’t be enough to stop the runaway housing market. A recession is two consecutive quarters of drops in gross domestic product (GDP). New Zealand was plunged into a recession during lockdown last year but rebounded in the September quarter. Westpac’s economics team expect the closed borders will lead to another recession over the early part of this year.
                We'll wait and see. The housing market comment was fatuous, really.
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                • #53
                  Standard & Poor's predicts an 'orderly unwinding' of house prices
                  15 Apr 2021
                  Global financial ratings agency Standard and Poor's believes New Zealand house prices come down in the next two years. “We expect house prices to unwind in an orderly manner in the coming year despite prices and transactions soaring in recent months” S&P said in its review of New Zealand banks.
                  Well, that's a certainty, then. They should be on to things, right? Oh. Hang on . . .

                  Standard & Poor's - the Credit Reporting Agency that failed depositors / investors abysmally in regard to:
                  • Bear Stearns
                  • Fidelity Banker’s Life,
                  • Monarch Life
                  • Executive Life
                  • Mutual Benefit Life
                  • Lehman Brothers
                  • First Capital Life
                  • Enron
                  • New Century Financial
                  • Countrywide Financial
                  • Washington Mutual
                  • Wachovia Bank
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                  • #54
                    Plus the building products shortage isn’t helping get new builds online so the lack of supply of listed property continues.

                    Buyer competition esp. from first home buyers and returning kiwis (Travel bubble) should see a continuation of high prices and it will make the Govt look bad.

                    Their actions have not only failed to add to the supply, and curb house price growth, it’s also inadvertently hurt tenants.

                    Fewer people will invest in property as Labour has basically declared war on LLs. There’s still time for Labour to make a few more wrong moves - which is probable and by the time the next election rolls around there won’t be a voter that’s not been stung by Labour.

                    There’s a lack of trust now too.

                    cheers

                    Donna



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                    • #55
                      We just have to hope that enough of the deaf, dumb, blind and stupid googly-eyed NZ voters see comrade commissar Cindy for what she really is. But the more she gets to be dependent on her for welfare, handouts and into motels, the less likely that is to happen.
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                      Last edited by Perry; 19-04-2021, 10:52 AM.
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                      • #56
                        Has anyone else noticed the ongoing stocking problem at supermarkets?
                        Still a lack of supply and empty shelves.
                        Kind of like living in a socialist paradise.
                        The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary - Fred Wilson.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by PC View Post
                          Has anyone else noticed the ongoing stocking problem at supermarkets?
                          Still a lack of supply and empty shelves.
                          Kind of like living in a socialist paradise.
                          Yep.
                          Not much variety in the fruit section.
                          Kind of like living in a failed free market system, where all the local orchards have been converted into residential housing.
                          And where the promise of variety and low prices has been replaced by market monopoly.

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                          • #58
                            O'seas-sourced or NZ-sourced items?

                            Plumbers merchants, building hardware suppliers, etc., all are short of stuff that's imported.
                            Last edited by Perry; 19-04-2021, 10:59 AM.
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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Perry View Post
                              O'seas-sourced or NZ-sourced items?

                              Plumbers merchants, building hardware suppliers, etc., all are short of stuff that's imported.
                              Yup.

                              Things that are imported, used up by people that have been imported.
                              Now affecting people that have been home grown.

                              And you thought musical chairs was just a kids game.
                              Nope, it's a powerful lesson in displacement.

                              Thanks employers who couldn't be bothered training people or paying staff well,
                              Thanks for taking the easy import or outsource path.
                              Thanks MBIE for being foolish enough to miss what was right in front of you.
                              Just thanks.


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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by PC View Post
                                Has anyone else noticed the ongoing stocking problem at supermarkets?
                                Still a lack of supply and empty shelves.
                                Kind of like living in a socialist paradise.
                                For those that do Countdown online shopping, take a look at your combined list of all past orders. More than a third of my items are showing unavailable - well over a hundred out of a total of nearly 300. That is a whole lot more dramatic than empty physical shelves adjusted to minimise spaces.

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