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    Default Investment Clock; What time is it in NZ?

    A few minutes after noon?
    Time for my annual appraisal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGyro View Post
    A few minutes after noon?n
    Time for my annual appraisal.

    Good outcome I hope or was it a ‘could do better’
    Politics is just noise - company fundamentals win out at the end of the day

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    attachment.php In between optimism and excitement imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGyro View Post
    A few minutes after noon?
    Time for my annual appraisal.
    Depends on your clock.
    http://www.asx.com.au/images/resourc...ment-clock.jpg

    Maybe just after 1 o'clock.

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    Almost 1 o'clock according to this article
    http://www.theage.com.au/business/th...11-gzjf5a.html
    but considering debt has only increased since 2007 I can't see how interest rates could rise in some countries.
    Central banks might be stuck between a rock and a hard place, although no-one is complaining about low interest rates and easy money, why would they increase interest rates especially if it is only asset prices inflating.

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