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    Default COE chart

    Brought to you by Graph X ... thanks to TR

    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Wow, thanks!
    A picture speaks a thousand words.

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    More end of the year graph excitement

    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Japan stock market performance 2012 up



    Citibank 2012 up 51%



    STI 52wk Range: 2,646.35 - 3,177.10

    this year is good year
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    Japan stock market performance 2012 up

    http://www.google.com/finance?chdnp=...JCkDsrqkAWb5QE

    Citibank 2012 up 51%

    http://www.google.com/finance?chdnp=...UNiJD4rCkgXZeA

    STI 52wk Range: 2,646.35 - 3,177.10

    this year is good year
    Next year wil be even BETTER.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
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    have to see from the year COE started. and adjusted for inflation. i suspect today's 100k is only last peak's 50k. if you peg it to housing prices.

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    COE 100k for the rich is one peanut, property 1500psf for the rich is one peanut, maid $1000 also peanut

    middle class bang wall
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    me got no mood to see COE..
    just that COE already turn me off..
    don't need look at the car's price tag
    I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost quotes (American poet, 1874-1963)

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    Quote Originally Posted by roly8
    me got no mood to see COE..
    just that COE already turn me off..
    don't need look at the car's price tag
    look at car and look at ppty totally diff mindset. once you look at ppty, no longer interested in car. one go up, one come down. which one better?

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    bro, where u get non-caveat fig?
    must pay izit?

    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    More end of the year graph excitement

    if you dont't own any property, you're short. take cover quickly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanhz
    look at car and look at ppty totally diff mindset. once you look at ppty, no longer interested in car. one go up, one come down. which one better?

    true..
    me is rather put money into property if force to choose either car or ppty
    lol
    I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost quotes (American poet, 1874-1963)

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    non caveat means pay fully with cash??

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    For investors with properties rented out, when property prices go up = rentals go up = more disposal income = buy bigger cars. The two do go hand in hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roly8
    me got no mood to see COE..
    just that COE already turn me off..
    don't need look at the car's price tag
    My friend bought a 2nd hand car (Honda Fit 1.3L) for $52k+ last month, still have about 6 more yrs to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irisng
    My friend bought a 2nd hand car (Honda Fit 1.3L) for $52k+ last month, still have about 6 more yrs to go.
    That second hand car in 2008 costs about S$52K. Seller didn't loose much.
    Yee ha! Did I tickle your funny bone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanhz
    look at car and look at ppty totally diff mindset. once you look at ppty, no longer interested in car. one go up, one come down. which one better?
    You are just too poor to say that !!!

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    See this and you will even I SCREAM ICE-CREAM!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gymboy
    For investors with properties rented out, when property prices go up = rentals go up = more disposal income = buy bigger cars. The two do go hand in hand.
    really?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecimbew
    That second hand car in 2008 costs about S$52K. Seller didn't loose much.
    wa..like that also you know.... u are into car market?

    Quote Originally Posted by irisng
    My friend bought a 2nd hand car (Honda Fit 1.3L) for $52k+ last month, still have about 6 more yrs to go.
    i got no feeling toward car..
    I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost quotes (American poet, 1874-1963)

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    Quote Originally Posted by imjason
    You are just too poor to say that !!!
    yah, indeed, i am very poor. have to choose betw car and ppty, of coz choose ppty first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allthepies
    non caveat means pay fully with cash??
    yes.. can get from sisv or realis

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    Same car model same year
    Yee ha! Did I tickle your funny bone?


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    inflation adjusted ... COE in this cycle could peak at > 150k
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecimbew
    That second hand car in 2008 costs about S$52K. Seller didn't loose much.
    My friend bought a new Toyota Altis (1.6L) 4 yrs back at about $50k+ only, another one very lucky, she got the COE at $2 only. just imagine how much will it cost at this current market for a normal new car. Before you can drive, you already have to foot out a substantial amount for just a piece of paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irisng
    My friend bought a new Toyota Altis (1.6L) 4 yrs back at about $50k+ only, another one very lucky, she got the COE at $2 only. just imagine how much will it cost at this current market for a normal new car. Before you can drive, you already have to foot out a substantial amount for just a piece of paper.
    $2 COE! i remember i was in camp when the news came

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    inflation adjusted ... COE in this cycle could peak at > 150k
    OMG..... will that be the end of the world ?

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    I actually dont c a peak for Cat B in e next few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by price
    $2 COE! i remember i was in camp when the news came
    My husband bought 1 week earlier and paid about $17k for the COE.

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    Hubby wants to buy a car, seeking advice, is it the right time to buy a car now or will it prices rise or decrease in future. Any experts?

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    The only expert is urself..

    If u buy the car for a specific need, then you only need to consider your own affordability at this current price.

    Price increase decrease in future, only god knows. It's the same like.. Will you know if you will earn lots of money in the future? So will you eat at $3 chup chai peng or pay $200 meal at restaurant for lunch later?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacelynchia
    Hubby wants to buy a car, seeking advice, is it the right time to buy a car now or will it prices rise or decrease in future. Any experts?
    buy based on current prices and current affordability. no need to second guess where prices will head. owning a car is a luxury anytime, esp if you are in ppty investment game where ppty=wealth preservation while car=wealth depletion

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