Number of Spanish Millionaires is going to double

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12 Oct 2012 14:06 by eos_ian Star rating in Valencia. 496 posts Send private message

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 The crisis seems to be helping others! 

The number of millionaires in Spain is going to grow by 110% over the next five years  according to the latest Global Wealth Report. 

 Read the article here:

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13 Oct 2012 11:16 by leoleon Star rating in Estepona. 38 posts Send private message

 This news is to be expected.

All those involved in the gigantic Spanish fiddle that were not arrested, have now had sufficient time to have their illgotten gains thoroughly laundered. 

There is no doubt a few dedicated, hardworking entrepeneurs that have made the grade too. Well done to them.



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13 Oct 2012 13:44 by eggcup Star rating. 567 posts Send private message

I second that Leoleon.


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13 Oct 2012 15:12 by Pasha01 Star rating. 40 posts Send private message

 In economic downfalls, there are always people who benefit from people who suffer. On BBC the othe night they said the London property market continues to boom. The spoke with an agent who was selling a smart 2 bedroon apartment, nice but nothing really special, you would never have guessed the asking price, 2.7 million. Totally ridiculos. The interviewer then asked who is buying all these properties with such high values?? Russians? Arabs? Brazilian's? NO, Spainsh, Irish and other wealthy Europeans.Why?? The want to get their money out of the EURO and into STERLING. I say no more.

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15 Oct 2012 08:31 by tamaraessex Star rating in Colmenar, Malaga. 508 posts Send private message

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Of course the number of millionaires in Spain is going up ..... Gerry and Harry are going to move here!!! lol


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15 Oct 2012 11:06 by Poppyseed Star rating. 898 posts Send private message

It is said part of the Spanish property boom was wealthy Spaniards trying to get rid of their under the bed pesetas before the introduction of the euro.


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15 Oct 2012 11:07 by gerrryuk Star rating in Mezquitilla, near To.... 179 posts Send private message

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Harry & me so there is only 2 at the moment?

And Tamara, I've seen your beautiful thatched cottage so you are another.......................

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15 Oct 2012 15:58 by mac75 Star rating in Valencia. 409 posts Send private message

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 Those who had money before the crash and have managed to hold on to it are reaping the benefits now in long term investments and cheap investment opportunities. Doesn't surprise me at all that the number of millionaires will double.



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