More than anything else, do not be deceived into thinking that just because one property appears to be better than another that it must therefore be a sound selection, for this is by no means necessarily true. This is especially the case in the major capitals where the weighting of auction sales is higher than elsewhere - be very wary about becoming involved in frenzied bidding wars.
In theory then, CEO remuneration should have fallen, right? Wrong. Of course, what actually happened is that CEOs began to compare enviously their pay packets with other better paid CEOs and remuneration levels soared as they competed for ever-higher pay deals. A Porsche was never going to be enough when the next guy was driving a Ferrari.
I'll sign off today with a famous quote from Albert Einstein who developed the theory of relativity in physics: "When you are courting a nice girl an hour seems like a second. When you sit on a red-hot cinder a second seems like an hour. That's relativity."