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Unread 13-02-2021, 09:54 PM
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90% of people put down 1k make at least 10%, And it's not as risky as I first thought.
 
Unread 13-02-2021, 09:56 PM
tatty
 
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Originally Posted by Sapien
Not too many asset classes that yield 12% these days.
Iím not aware of any even in the pits of the junk bond funds.

You can pick up 5% to 6% last time I looked but again anything yielding above that is likely a credit risk on fixed income or a probable dividend cutter in equities,
 
Unread 13-02-2021, 11:39 PM
utd99
 
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so you're just talking about payday loans then... the thread is about peer2peer lending which is to small business etc but from crowds instead of banks.
Heís trying to back out of his moronic blanket statement about money lenders by trying to pretend he was referencing pay day loans and Tony Soprano. Voyeuristic communists are very confused people.

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Early 1970s there wasn't it? You might get a shock to find out who was in office then.
A brief interlude on a march towards socialism that began after ww2. No brief respite from the damage of decades was going to be turned around on a sixpence, and Heath was a weak PM more concerned about getting his Savile on.

Speak like a normal human and you may get normal human interaction; but this snidey, pseudo-intellectual gotcha thing you have going on not only misses itís mark but paints you as a bit of a nob mate.
 
Unread 14-02-2021, 12:15 AM
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A brief interlude on a march towards socialism that began after ww2. No brief respite from the damage of decades was going to be turned around on a sixpence, and Heath was a weak PM more concerned about getting his Savile on.

Speak like a normal human and you may get normal human interaction; but this snidey, pseudo-intellectual gotcha thing you have going on not only misses itís mark but paints you as a bit of a nob mate.
The tories and labour had equal time in government between 1945 and 79; including famed socialists such as Churchill, MacMillan and Heath. And this isn't a "gotcha" or me trying to make out I know something no one else does either. Calling RIC a nob is a bit pot calling kettle imo.
 
Unread 14-02-2021, 12:27 AM
red in cumbria
 
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Its his way of showing affection towards me, I wouldn't bother about it
 
Unread 14-02-2021, 12:33 AM
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Heís trying to back out of his moronic blanket statement about money lenders by trying to pretend he was referencing pay day loans and Tony Soprano. Voyeuristic communists are very confused people. Voyeuristic communists are very confused people.
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Speak like a normal human and you may get normal human interaction; but this snidey, pseudo-intellectual gotcha thing you have going on not only misses itís mark but paints you as a bit of a nob mate.
 
Unread 14-02-2021, 08:48 PM
utd99
 
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The tories and labour had equal time in government between 1945 and 79; including famed socialists such as Churchill, MacMillan and Heath. And this isn't a "gotcha" or me trying to make out I know something no one else does either. Calling RIC a nob is a bit pot calling kettle imo.
Your ĎIím above ití act didnít last very long did it?

Yeah, Britain post war til the 70ís didnít trend socialist . Which professor told you that fella?
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