This chart shows the bulls in charge prior to the 2007-2008 plunge that took the average Vancouver SFD price down $122,900, or 15.9% in 8 months (2%/mo drop). The crash derailed the exponential doubling trend (yellow dashed line) and the new trend from the April 2008 high to today (white dashed line) projects that another doubling will not occur until the summer of 2026. This chart is updated monthly here.
Youtube (2.24min) MacBeth's Toil and Trouble
from Roman Polanski's "The Tragedy of MacBeth" 1971
The Tragedy of Macbeth (1971)
Directed by Roman Polanski
Based on the play by William Shakespeare (1564–1616)
Interpreted by Jon Finch, Francesca Annis, Martin Shaw, Terence Bayler.
A dark, gloomy and sinister place in a plain.
It's night. Macbeth arrives on horseback.
The weird sisters are singing. He approaches their refuge.
One of the three, the yougest, is naked and waits for him.
She shows him into their refuge.
He enters and sees lots of naked women
and in the middle there's a boiling cauldron.
By the pricking of my thumbs,
something wicked this way comes.
All the witches are laughing.
How now, you secret, black and midnight hags? What is it you do?
A deed without a name.
Double, double, toil and trouble.
Fire burn, cauldron bubble.
Toad that under cold stone,
days and nights has 31.
She puts a frog into the cauldron.
Swelted venom sleeping got,
boil thou first in the charmed pot.
She throws into the pot some liquid.
Eye of newt and toe of frog,
wool of bat and tongue of dog.
She throws into the pot all these things.
Adder's fork and blindworm's sting,
lizard's leg and howlet's wing.
Nose of Turk and Tartar's lips,
slivered in the moon's eclipse.
Macbeth looks at them, disgusted.
Fillet of a fenny snake,
in the cauldron boil and bake.
Liver of blaspheming Jew,
gall of goat and slips of yew.
I conjure you, by that which you profess,
howe'er you come to know it.
Answer me to what I ask you.
We'll answer. Say if thou'dst hear it from our mouths,
or from our masters.
Call them let me see them.
A witch takes out a cup from a bag. She pours into it some of the liquid they are boiling into the cauldron.
Cool it with a baboon's blood,
then the charm is firm and good.
She pours the blood into the cup. They all bring the cup to Macbeth.
He takes it in his hands and drinks it. He is about to faint.
The witches take him and bring him in front of the cauldron.
He looks into it and sees his face reflected.
Script transcription by Eleonora Capra (December 2007)