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Sorry if this is off topic but noticed a discussion Paul had with a guy trying to persuade him he was wrong about student loan compound interest. As he's blocked me on there I thought I should post here to see if he would be as courteous to explain why compound interest matters on a loan that you only pay back above a certain salary…

Andrea. Thanks very much for clarifying. Maybe it's because it was a seemingly simple question for the investment aficionados on here. Sorry if it was. I buy and never sell shares so will see how this pans out. Ta.

Can anyone explain what happens to my shares in RBG if it is taken over. I bought as I saw the income possibilities here. Fair enough if I just get the cash and a small profit above my initial purchase price but I still think long term the income from RBG will be very good and would like to hold onto them? Ta

The only people that matter in terms of valuations in the house market really are RICS surveyors. They are not accustomed usually to any one area but are accustomed to the price per sq foot of areas and this is ultimately how houses are valued for banks. Of course there are lots of other factors such as schools, snobbery, women getting what they want, silly…

I've said on here before but anyone who thinks estate agents add any value is off their rocker! The market decides what a house is worth and they're value is based on price per sq ft. It's not something these people make up. In a rising or buoyant market you push the ceiling prices per sq ft. In a slow market you decrease it pretty…


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