I noticed an IMF report the other day that stated that the ftse was in general, overheated and was looking to re-balance itself in the coming months... as a prospective investor who read an IMF report around 8 or 9 yrs ago stating that house prices were extremely overheated to the tune of houses only being true value of 55% as to what they were at the time. Could someone please explain to me why people are choosing to ignore the IMF warning as they seem to have got it right 9yrs ago. Would I be a fool if I were to start throwing my money back into the lions den at this time? I am just so unsure as to what to do with my spare cash. They do say a fool and his money is soon parted and I just seem to think that the ftse seems to have its fair share of fools at the moment.
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