Pete Wargent blogspot
Co-founder & CEO of AllenWargent property advisory, offices in Brisbane (Riverside) & Sydney (Martin Place) - clients include hedge funds, resi funds, & private investors.
4 x finance/investment author - 'Get a Financial Grip: a simple plan for financial freedom’ (2012) rated Top 10 finance books by Money Magazine & Dymocks.
"Unfortunately so much commentary is self-serving or sensationalist. Pete Wargent shines through with his clear, sober & dispassionate analysis of the housing market, which is so valuable. Pete drills into the facts & unlocks the details that others gloss over in their rush to get a headline. On housing Pete is a must read, must follow - he is one of the better property analysts in Australia" - Stephen Koukoulas, MD of Market Economics, former Senior Economics Adviser to Prime Minister Gillard.
"Pete Wargent is one of Australia's brightest financial minds - a must-follow for articulate, accurate & in-depth analysis." - David Scutt, Business Insider, leading Australian market analyst.
"I've been investing for over 40 years & read nearly every investment book ever written yet I still learned new concepts in his books. Pete Wargent is one of Australia's finest young financial commentators." - Michael Yardney, Australia's leading property expert, Amazon #1 best-selling author.
"The most knowledgeable person on Aussie real estate markets - Pete's work is great, loads of good data and charts, the most comprehensive analyst I follow in Australia. If you follow Australia, follow Pete Wargent" - Jonathan Tepper, Variant Perception, Global Macroeconomic Research, and author of the New York Times bestsellers 'End Game' and 'Code Red'.
"Pete's daily analysis is unputdownable" - Dr. Chris Caton, Chief Economist, BT Financial.
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Wednesday, 25 September 2013
I'm spending a couple of days helping a friend move house.
Back in my Uni days I spent a week doing removal work for a bit of cash in hand, and found it be one of the toughest jobs I've done.
Not only because lugging stuff down spiral staircases is tough (which it is) but because the lady of the insisted on giving a potted history of every piece of her beloved antique furniture supplemented by a detailed explanation of why my life would be over if I scratched anything.
My other abiding memory of that job was that the boss insisted on drinking four pints of Guinness every night before driving his van home at great speed. If anything, those journeys home made the furniture removal seem a relative breeze.
Anyway, it's darned hard work as I've discovered today.
When I move these days I just call Bondi Removals or Two Men and a Truck.
Gents, I salute you.