Re: Re: Can the press successfully sell a “bottom”?



@chris McCarthy wrote:

What was that saying:
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, so today is….?

I prefer: “If you have one eye on yesterday, and one eye on tomorrow, you’re going to be cockeyed today”. 😀

@chris McCarthy wrote:

Well it is the bottom of the market maybe, but then again maybe it is the peak ……….

And as such there are different segments, so are there different timings and levels of activity in each …………

as to the level of buyers, well that depends on a whole bunch of other economic / worldwide factors………..

Chris – you once asked: “why can’t I use 20 words instead of hundreds to say something!”
“Dunno” is my answer! 🙁

@chris McCarthy, a little while ago, wrote:

I don’t paint the place so rosy or stay all upbeat and positive all the time, I do have a long, long, long statement here or there about the upside to counter an argument, but I try to keep it on thread and appropriate. and hopefully not to often, I even get bored repeating my mantra over again every couple of months.

Chris, you used to moan about/accuse Goodstich of doing the exact same thing (but in his case, concerning the negatives) 😆

Come on Chris, liven them up a bit – you’re getting a bit ‘same old, same old’… about how many properties you’ve sold this week compared to last week, or how many new properties have come onto your books in the last month (under a million euros), or what percentage of purchasers have said they’re willing to accept offers?
Now that would be telling us something 🙂

Another one for you: “God made the world round so we would never be able to see too far down the road” – Isak Dinesen