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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post
    Not saying you are wrong. But the counter argument to this is that the OZ government, by introducing their own REL scheme to top up pensions, have creamed off the respectable end of the business. The REL business that is left is 'greedy' baby boomers taking out lump sums for luxuries and denying their poor children their rightful inheritance. Those poor children were quite happy to see Mum and Dad splash out on a new car and a world trip when that draw down was covered by the capital gain on their parents' property. IOW the capital they were expecting to inherit was largely unaffected. But now with house prices falling by $50,000 per year and the REL loan money gone on top of that, the attitude of those 'poor children' may have changed. And Mum and Dad will listen to them. And it isn't clear that wholesale funders will want to anger these 'poor children' by funding the destruction of equity in the parent's homes.

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    I don't know about you, but I don't think it is up to me how my parents should spend their money. I don't think any child is waiting with anticipation on their inheritance. Maybe the REL may pay for a family holiday together with parents and children together. children also play their part in working towards their retirement and if they get inheritance consider it icing on the cake and not a given.

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    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle...ectid=12186508

    Wonder how this guy feels about giving an inheritance to "his" children ? Ouch !!!
    I agree with Percy, this kids "entitlement" thing has been flogged to death.
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    A pleasant rise in the price today.. A paucity of comments.

    Disc. Long time holder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janner View Post
    A pleasant rise in the price today.. A paucity of comments.

    Disc. Long time holder.
    The rise our doing janner

    Clarifying the low risk of RELs and that any rbnz future requirements won’t affect heartland was enough to get a few punters on board before regret hits in when share price hits 150 soon.

    Percy, beagle et all have done well responding to balances and snoopy’s concerns.





    thats how it works over the holiday season isn’t it?
    Last edited by winner69; 07-01-2019 at 08:34 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    The rise our doing janner ? [/SIZE]
    No.. Neither a lender or a borrower be..

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    If any of you get interest paid out from term funds at the end of each quarter then check to see if you have received the Dec 31st 2018 payment. I hadn't so may be others.

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    I havent either 777. I've sent them a secure message as last year I recieved the payment on 3 Jan

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    Ditto, no interest payment yet.

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    Ring them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janner View Post
    No.. Neither a lender or a borrower be..
    Good advice in Shakespearian times. Apparently the nobles of London were running rampant with reckless spending. Consumerism running rampant back then, who would have thought ? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    Good advice in Shakespearian times. Apparently the nobles of London were running rampant with reckless spending. Consumerism running rampant back then, who would have thought ? lol
    A good read is "The Devil's Half Mile" by Paddy Hirsch.
    A vivid story of New York in 1799,of greedy men with no morals.
    Impossible not to think nothing has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    A good read is "The Devil's Half Mile" by Paddy Hirsch.
    A vivid story of New York in 1799,of greedy men with no morals.
    Impossible not to think nothing has changed.
    Thanks. I'm not a great reader to be honest, eyes get tired easily, but that one does sound interesting. One thing has never changed since Adam was a boy, the love of money is the root of all evil.
    One of the interesting theme's behind neither a lender nor a borrower be was back in Shakespearian times it was fairly common for a person to lend money to their friends. The warning of course behind this famous cliché is if your friend defaults on their loan you lose your money and your friendship !

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    t_j me old mate .......Heartland leaving FLX for dead this week

    You might get to breakeven on HGH well before FXL etops going down

    Must be a better than 'expected' result coming up for Heartland
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    t_j me old mate .......Heartland leaving FLX for dead this week

    You might get to breakeven on HGH well before FXL etops going down

    Must be a better than 'expected' result coming up for Heartland
    And a far far worse than 'expected' result coming up for FXL - must be, otherwise share price would be 2x high as the $1.30 it hit briefly today. We'll find out about both in around a months time I suppose.

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    Below is a link to a web page about reverse mortgages. It is from an American perspective and dating back to just before the global financial crises. It is well written and recommended reading for those who want to know what a reverse mortgage is.

    https://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2...rditorial.html

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