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Obama, "The Socialist"? It Is Time For Change

It’s almost impossible to ignore the fact that the US election is just one day away (Sydney time). The need for change of any sort is more apparent than ever and the change is needed for both domestic and international reasons. I have many friends and colleagues in the United States and they are some […]

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Place Your Bets: The Interesting Interest Rate Debate

Tuesday 4 November 2008 is shaping up to be a historical day:   The US Presidential Election will either see the first African-American President (Obama) or the first female Vice-President (Palin) together with the eldest first-term President (McCain). The Reserve Bank of Australia will meet and, all things being equal, will almost certainly cut interest rates. […]

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Republican Presidential Candidate, Senator John McCain’s Former Home Up For Sale

The former home of Senator John McCain and his wife Cindy in Phoenix, Arizona will be going to auction on 25th October 2008 with a listing price of $US12 million. The existing owner, real estate developer Jane Popple, is hoping that that the prospect of owning a prospective President’s home will tip the balance in […]

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The Latest MTLH e-magazine

A week is a long time in life – the news is good, then it’s bad, the market is up and then it’s down. Our trip around the world over the last couple of weeks has taken us to Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, London, Dublin and San Fransisco.  Back in Sydney it’s so clear […]

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VOTE 2008 – What If The Whole World Could Vote In The US Presidential Election?

It’s a salivating thought for anyone that has an interest in the outcome of the US Presidential race, and the Economist magazine is providing the opportunity. I already had an interest prior to our visit to the US two weeks ago for the Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Awards, and hearing of the Economist’s […]

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The Price For Power & Fame

Being in the United States you just have to wonder why some people choose to be in the public eye? Is it the power? Is it the celebrity or is it the wealth? I can’t begin to answer that question but when looking at Michael Bloomberg with his own TV channel and of course a personal net wealth of $11.5 Billion I guess it isn’t the wealth – he has it already.

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The Latest Issue of the MTLH e-magazine

The October 17, 2008 edition of the MTLH e-magazine, coming to you this week from New York City, can be viewed right now. The amazing reach of the internet has never been more evident than right now – two young Australian’s have just won a global, luxury award and Barack Obama, having just eloquently seen […]

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The US Election, Property Pricing & Interest Rates

As part of our experience in the United States on this occasion both Simon and I found ourselves in the middle of a massive political rally in Philadelphia. With the Presidential Election only a few weeks away campaigning is in full swing throughout the country and some States have even started voting – although the […]

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Hand-in-Hand: Encouraging Equal Rights will Stimulate Economic Success

There is no doubt that difficult economic times can encourage discussions on a number of topics. Such discussions should be about improving the quality of people’s lives by promoting two mutually beneficial factors: Encouraging fundamental human rights and freedoms Encouraging financial success and overall wealth Both are achievable when both are actively promoted as harmonious. […]

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Is the US Heading for a Recession or the Almighty “D” word?

On my way across to the US yesterday I really couldn’t help but hear people on the plane discussing the state of the US economy. Confidence is very low and it would seem as a foreigner that Americans are looking for change which seems to be Barack Obama. The Americans I have met so far aren’t talking recession – they are talking about a “Depression”.

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