But the one thing that always, always comes to pass is that eventually there is a reckoning. If surpressed, the market eventually takes off like a rocket. Only to fall to back to earth sooner rather than later. And if a market is inflated, then eventually it blows up in their faces and prices drop like a hot rock. This never fails to happen - ever. Like water, any market will eventually seek its own level. It can't be any other way. So I'd leave it alone.