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The Crash in the Mother of All Bubbles Has Started off





Is the bubble in the London and Uk authentic estate industry about to burst? Is this just the starting? We reveal all in the video clip.

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48 comments

  1. Thank you for your amazingly detailed and accurate content. I only trade a very tiny bit, but being informed about financial markets is extremely important in my opinion.

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  2. Teach the greedy bastard's a lesson hahaha hahahahahaha hahahahahaha

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  3. I really don't think the share price of Savills and Foxtons are that relevant. They are upper-end and high commissions. That market is falling because of new money laundering regs. A £3M property, for example, over-represents what most people need, or even want. A 2 bed flat in west London seems to be sticking at around £500K.

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  4. This is lining up nicely for a mid-cycle slowdown before we take off again for a major top in the mid-2020's!
    Markets to top in 2019.. fall for 2020-21, and then we take off again.
    If you're interested, check out Phillip J Anderson. The best market analyst and trading on Austrian economics 🙂

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  5. I live in Henderson NV (suburb of Las Vegas). According to Zillow.com my properties are up 110% since 2011, even more than London. That's a bubble for sure, and it is fueled by Californians selling their hyper-bubbelicious properties and moving east.

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  6. The Fed has been and will continue to keep the bubble propped up as long as possible.

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  7. I live in Egypt How can i know

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  8. New Zealand has the same problem

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  9. We need to start political parties and free up zoning regulations, and all sorts of other bureaucracy so our future generations can be saved from despair.

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  10. Alessio, look up the Philadelphia real estate sector on trading view, weekly candles to get a feel for what’s happening in the US too. This is a global phenomenon

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  11. Hey Alessio,

    Great video although a little scary. My question is how will this affect the rest of the UK property sales?

    In Birmingham quote a lot of people from London are buying properties simply because they can sell off in London and happily buy over the asking price in Birmingham.

    Your thoughts please

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  12. You have the most clickbatey titles ever!

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  13. Scary!

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  14. Do one for Vancouver!!!

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  15. whats a good indicator for the Sydney Australia real estate market?

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  16. Could you provide the website where you've found this average price by type of property in London?

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  17. definitely maybe

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  18. A great analysis

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  19. NYC market is popping very soon.

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  20. Have a look at some of the house prices here in New Zealand. Auckland has been increasing yearly and it does not seem to stop. Same in other cities like Hamilton, Wellington… Wonder when the bubble will burst. Definitely overvalued! Thanks for another great video!​

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  21. Great Video. Would Plz throw some light on Canada real estate specifically GTA Markets. Thanks

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  22. Will this trigger out [kinds] of market to fail? Did one investor guy said some impossible bubble popping would cause the next meltdown?

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  23. Where can I find charts like this for vancouver? I'd like to do an analysis.

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  24. Live in Toronto, we're fucked plus just got awarded for highest traffic on roads in all of North America, couldn't be better lol

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  25. What's your thoughts on the crypto market? Is it still bearish or have the signals changed?thanks

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  26. ALSO BritEx will be a big factor

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  27. 300K to 500K in ten years is also a symptom of wealth in equality. the wealth triangle in many countries used to be flatter. the wealthy people are taking an every greater share of everyones wealth

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  28. inflation is devaluing money year on year in a reverse compound way. 300K in 2008 and 500K 2018. a portion of that rise is just the devaluation of the pounds over ten years

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  29. Does the 'bursting of the bubble' indicate a recession fast approaching? For some reason a flood of videos have recently been discussing a 'currency reset'. Any thoughts?

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  30. buy cryptos people,its market is now at lower stage,anytime it will moon soon

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  31. This Autumn !

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  32. With all the migrants moving to London I can see why people are selling and moving away.

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  33. Dont forget a lot of babyboom generation people have more than 1 house and are the most represented part of developed countries demographic. In order to fund retirement a lot of these people are going to sell second house as retirement from government, pension, will be low since they take too much of the cake (check avg age of industrialised countries).

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  34. Thanks Alessio….great angle again. I am in Melbourne ,Aus. The fastest growing city in Australia. Property is hot. A 300 sq ft lot went for $1million USD…in the suburb the have the F1 GP (inner city). Average house price Melbourne was $830000 AUD now $750000 in the last 3 months. So correction underway.

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  35. Scaremongering rubbish. The LSE was predicting the same decline in 2008. You yourself stated the Euro was finished in 2008. All this nonsense with charts and waves is hilarious. You're forgetting the MAIN issue ; Supply and demand. If you're as accurate with housing prices as you are with Bitcoin.. Enough said.

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  36. Can't wait until this happens to Toronto

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  37. Hey I've just started looking for a house in my country New Zealand, where do I find analysts for housing markets here??
    cheers lads

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  38. 220 House is now worth 57 quid

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  39. “You Brexit, you buy it.”

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  40. North Dakota. Houses built in the 30s to say 40s are trying to be sold for 2-300k…..granted there was a massive oil boom here for a few years, but it has long since passed and they still want that kind of money. 20 yrs ago you could buy house and property for pennies

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  41. tether , eos and bitfinex should produce a unbiased audit from an outside source to alleviate the fud, like they said they would……….but they wont and when it all falls apart its going to cause alot of pain

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  42. Great Content Alessio!, would you happen to have a link to the housing prices chart you showed? Is it only for London Prices or does it apply all over the world.

    Thanks!

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  43. That's nothing compared to the Melbourne and Sydney property markets. Dumps are selling for millions! I don't own anything in Melbourne, but I don't know why Melbourne is not showing on that list above London.

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  44. Thank you Soo much

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  45. I hope NJ house prices crash!!

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  46. You use real estate stock and developers to show you housing market anaysis? I want to try my own analysis for Vancouver and don't know where to start. Some houses here are well over $1M

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  47. Hey! Where can you find these charts of the average price of property in a specific country?

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  48. Just sold my London house!

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