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As atrademark in the United States beensaying that everybody who has a resulttrue a customer looking at that personwalking past will know that that toocomes from the leader from mom christianlouboutin so recently YSL it's all aboutcreating a collection where couple ofissues had a red heel and what the wholeshe was Melbourne Property Valuers raped and sowhich I'll said no no we don't like thatwe have a monopoly on red soled shoesand so they're actually in court at themoment in the US fighting it out becausepeople around is saying that trademarkshad never been registered realm shouldbe free for everybody to use will befree to clean our thoughts read theother time saying but I built up thesereputation in the Renaissance.

the fearit's an exclusive item everybody knowsthat that's me even now I don't know ifyou turn that Jennifer Lopez song got asong called Louboutins and the video ifyou watch the video she's loungingaround in these red surrounding so evensees popular culture references to thosevirtues that's really interesting to seewhat will happen with that but the pointis that you can potentially if youbecome really well known for aparticular color and example out of theindustries and whiskers for our cat foodthe color purple and trademark last years so you register a trademark lastfor years is a great thing abouttrademark is you can renew them againand again and again have you had a bitchyou need to renew your.

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You is inconsistentwith quite a large body of evidence thatis much more than rd that is leading toIP very valuable IP outcomes system somoving on now to the accounting standarddouble SC it's a very genericstandard so it has no specificdefinition so there's no for exampledefinition of IP so in terms of thegeneric nature we have an asset here wehave an intangible asset so these thingsare defined we have research so here'sthe paragraph numbers paragraph wehave development here though very broadbrush definitionin terms of the actual working of thestandard it's structured around twoclassifications these twoclassifications are where all of ourintangibles must fall including IP sonumber one externally acquiredintangibles and there's a few subclassifications death whether they'rethe.


This regulationcoming directly from the research anddevelopment activities those in fact isneurogenesis of the regulation ofintangibles and of IP really came at atime and has continued at a time whenresearchers academic researchers haveconducted a massive amount of researchdocumented rigorously using rigorouseconometric techniques and so forth thatthere are Adelaide Property Valuers a number of expendituresthat are contributing to value creationthat are of an intangible nature so justfor convenience some work that I did Iclassified those expenditures ofresources into technology humanresources and productions also underthose three categories obviously there'smany other ways one could go about thisbut under those three categories we canidentify expenditures so we've got thebroad brush R&D expenditure whichencompasses a number of activities atthe zoom engages in but leading todifferent types of IOT we've got ourhuman capital investment where we trainand pay salaries recruit retain keystaff scientists and so forth and weneed that to be able to realize valueand then in production we haveadvertising and so forth customers andall these things can be directly linkedto different types of IP so there's nogenesis that I've then the idea I'vebeen presenting to.

Accounting Standardsstatuses IAS so the genesis of thestandards of the one is jerry has WSB and the international standard I has been very narrow historically reallystarted in accounting research anddevelopment and as we'll see thisneurogenesis has left us without aaccounting framework for IP that'spractically relevant so that's a bit ofa shame so if we just have a quick lookhere at a summarized version of thegenesis what we can see is the Genesisis all in of course the ISB activitiesstarting right back in on RDworking through the years andeventually coming up wea research and development accountingstandard then only a few years later thework started on intangible assets butwas directly linked at time to theresearch and development but what we'reseeing is a broad brush of skin to infact include research in development ina broader standard intangible assetshere we ended up in with aintangible assets standard with incomewhich in company in compass to theresearch and development and things havepretty much stayed that way so in factthat neurogenesis we can see hascontinued so for example in December we had a is being internationalaccounting standards project hascontinued on the miners of extractiveindustries sector of the economy and theidea was to fully activate a broadintangibles project that would encompassthe extractive industry that indeed allothers so very broad brush very narrowlyfocused really all.

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They'll be blamed for it, but it's really,the cause of the whole crisis was letting the level of private get as high as it isright now to begin with.Ryan Okay. So, in a perfect world, what would have happened? Would have mortgage debt nothave risen as much as it did?Steve Yeah. I mean, Australia's got all these slots of encouragements people to get in andthen speculate on housing. So, if negative gearing, obviously, you don't have that costanywhere else in the world. You can write off losses against income from a particularbusiness, but you can't write off losses from a business against all your other activities,which is what a lot of negative gearing lets people do.We have a capital gains tax that's half.


yet moremortgage debt. So all these things have been encouragement of the market and the positivefeedback between accelerating mortgage debt and rising house prices had made it look likea good strategy, but what documents required for house valuations the outcome of that is that we've got this astronomical level ofmortgage debt - the highest compared to GDP in the OECD. And to maintain continued houseprice rises, we have to have that ratio continue accelerating. Well, that's not going to doit, at some point, when it stops doing it, it could be well doing it right now, thenhouse prices will fall because of the lack of demand from this new accelerating new mortgagedebt and we'll see house prices coming down and then the government will be in panic.Because, of course, they don't want a house price crash. But they've set it up that it'sinevitable, unless [inaudible ] yet again.Ryan Okay. So for us, as average investors, what can we do to prepare for this potentialdownfall? Both if we own property, is there ways to mitigate our risk versus if we'rethinking about getting into the market, how can we assess this and whether or not.

Going to lend even ifyou're prepared to buy a house and happyto buy a house in a so-calledunderperforming suburb if the bank sayssorry I'm not giving you the financewhat do you do you go to another suburband it just reinforces that risk profilewe need to ask the banks a they need tobe transparent with their methodologyhow are they coming about this and ofcourse the other thing that happens isthat well you know do we ask the bowsthat are in charge of the model arethere suburbs in the model so we we'veobviously got to wrap it up yes it'sbeen fantastic to have you on and wecould do it for another two days well Iwas just going to say clearly a veryvery passionate probably commentator butAndrew did a presentation earlier thismorning and he's offered to give us acopy of his presentation so if you go tothe property couch calm day you therewill be a download available there youcan have a look through that I had alook at the presentation from at theback of the room at somesome substantial data there so weappreciate that you've come and join uson the couch and for those of you whohaven't heard of the property cashbefore if.

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Sydney market but thereare certainly opportunities in Melbournewe've seen the West the southeast andthe North growing quite strongly in themelbourne market recently I think thereare still affordable options there but Ithink there's not a lot of differenceover the medium term but certainly overthe longer term I'd be picking theSydney market but you'll have to paymore well sneak one very last questionin but have you got a view on theinterference with a pro into the lendingenvironment well look whip whip lookI've got a brief that says that theyhave to maintain the stability of ourbanking system you can't argue with thatand fair enough we did have high levelsof investors last year my problem withthe Opera policy is the same problem ihave with interest rates it's a bluntinstrument it's a one-size-fits-alloutcome policy so it ever last yearinitiated actions through the banks thatraised interest rates again now we didhave sixty four percent of investingactivitiesSydney we had prices growing over thejune quarter last year in sydney by thehighest rate in the.


Modern era so maybethere was a case there to take some typesome heat out of that market butinterest rates were raised by the banksright across the board every capitalcity every investor in every capitalcity paid higher interest rates and itwasn't how property valuers calculates the value of property just new investors it wasexisting investors as well now I foundthat a very cynical exercise to be quitehonest I don't think opera even thoughwe will likely see that speed limitexceeded again this year I don't thinkapra will act and they're making soundsnow that they want however I amconcerned and if you watch the TV usetonight you'll see me speaking aboutthis I am concerned that the banks arenow becoming pliers in the housingmarket by this hit list of winners andlosers suburbs this is a very veryconcerning thing that banks have now gota list of suburbs which they say we'renot lending there we're not blendingthere we're going to win fifty percentthere now this is just you knowoutrageous in the sense that this justexacerbates the risk or theunderperformance of those suburbs thatthey've identified at risk and I thinkthis is you know this is a verydangerous environment for our housingmarkets because markets such as Darwinand Perth how do they recover if thebanks aren.

Going to lend even ifyou're prepared to buy a house and happyto buy a house in a so-calledunderperforming suburb if the bank sayssorry I'm not giving you the financewhat do you do you go to another suburband it just reinforces that risk profilewe need to ask the banks a they need tobe transparent with their methodologyhow are they coming about this and ofcourse the other thing that happens isthat well you know do we ask the bowsthat are in charge of the model arethere suburbs in the model so we we'veobviously got to wrap it up yes it'sbeen fantastic to have you on and wecould do it for another two days well Iwas just going to say clearly a veryvery passionate probably commentator butAndrew did a presentation earlier thismorning and he's offered to give us acopy of his presentation so if you go tothe property couch calm day you therewill be a download available there youcan have a look through that I had alook at the presentation from at theback of the room at somesome substantial data there so weappreciate that you've come and join uson the couch and for those of you whohaven't heard of the property cashbefore if.