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No Parachute: Real Estate Markets Still In Freefall

Many people want to believe (hope?) that we are experiencing a rebound in housing. In my opinion, this thinking is premature by at least 3 to 4 years, perhaps even a decade or more. Below is a link to a chart from the www.ritholtz.com blog (an excellent blog that should be on your financial reading […]

Commercial Real Estate Closing Shop?

As most of us who carefully follow the macro-economic picture know quite well – there is a certain logical “order” to things and that order has been accurately anticipated by some of us for a very long time. One of the things that’s been looming dark-and-large on the economic horizon is the impending and apparently […]

Credit Tsunami Wave II: 2009 – 2012 (and beyond?)

Surf’s up! But this is one wave you may want to sit out “high-and-dry”, far up on the hillside. Watch CBS Videos Online Important Notice To Viewers: Beware the obligatory mainstream media “market cheerleading” toward the end of this video. Otherwise, it’s just confirming what we in the blogosphere have been talking about for 18 […]

George Soros On The Financial Crisis

The Great American Credit Binge: 1982 to 2006

I like to make my morning rounds of a few favorite financial sites and happened to find this excellent research paper written by Mr. James Quinn featured on the www.prudentbear.com website.  Mr. Quinn is the senior director of strategic planning for the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania so I assume he has a […]

Establishing Our Categories

This post will establish many of our general categories and lay the groundwork for the future direction of this blog.  Please check back often as we develop more content.  Also, feel free to suggest additional categories that we might expand into to better serve your interests.  We value and appreciate any and all feedback from […]