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Apartment nation: Multi-unit housing starts up 416 percent from 2010 low. Builders preparing for a nation with high rental demand.

doctorhousingbubble.com / By Dr. Housing Bubble / May 18, 2014

There is a simple bet to take if you believe housing is going to lead this nation into a next wave of prosperity. Take a bet on home builders. The argument is that the U.S. population continues to grow so therefore, prices on [...]

Wholesale Prices in Ireland: March 2014

trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / Friday, April 25, 2014, 2:27 PM

Deflation at consumer prices level is a two-edged sword. Whilst it normally rises savings and delays consumption, it also helps households stuck in debt to deleverage faster and it beefs up surplus savings available for investment.But deflation at producer prices level is [...]

Cars And Stupidity

market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2014-04-18 11:05

This sort of thing makes my blood boil, and not for the reasons you may think:

If you think cars are getting too expensive, you may be right. A new report shows that the average price of a new vehicle is out of reach for [...]

Sticking it to Millennials and young Americans when it comes to wealth: Households headed by those 40 years old or younger see inflation adjusted wealth 30 percent below 2007 levels while older Americans recoup losses.

mybudget360.com / April 1, 2014

The evidence continues to mount on the deep pangs of financial pain faced by younger Americans before and after the Great Recession. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis posted wealth information and what we find is that for those 40 years old and younger, there has been little recovery [...]

Baby boomers value real estate much higher than their offspring: 6 ways traditional buyers are entering high priced markets with the assistance of baby boomer parents.

doctorhousingbubble.com / By Dr. Housing Bubble / March 23, 2014

Baby boomers are one of the largest home owners in California. They are also the largest mortgage holders since Californians love using their properties as a virtual ATMs. As time is moving by we are seeing a clash of generations when it comes to buying [...]

Gove, leave those teachers alone

rowans-blog.blogspot.co.uk / by Rowan Bosworth-Davies / SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 02, 2014

The latest piece of nonsense emanating from a former Government adviser dictates that school days could be extended to nine hours, and holidays cut drastically under a series of new measures being proposed for consideration by Downing Street.

Children would go to school from [...]

Only Those Making $90,000 Or More Like the Federal Reserve

washingtonsblog.com / February 2, 2014

People Less Well Off Don’t Like What Bernanke Has Done

A new poll by Gallup finds that only those making over $90,000 a year like Ben Bernanke’s policies:

A majority of Americans living in households with annual incomes of $90,000 or more, 54%, approve of Bernanke’s performance as Fed chairman, [...]

China’s Households “Massively” Exposed To Housing Bubble “That Has To Burst”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2014 14:51 -0500

The topic of China’s real estate bubble, its ghost cities, and its emerging middle class – who now have enough money to invest and have piled into houses not stocks – and have been dubbed “fang nu” or housing slaves (a reference to the lifetime [...]

Greek Unpaid Electricity Bills Grow By €4 Million Per Day: 700,000 Pay Their Bill In Installments

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/20/2014 12:03 -0500

Judging by the collapsing Greek yields, which at this rate may drop below US bonds soon enough, the Greek economy has never been stronger. Sadly, manipulated bond levels driven by yet another bout of pre-QE euphoria (suddenly the conventional wisdom is that the ECB will conduct [...]

1 In 20 US Households Has Over A Million In Assets: This Is Where They Are

zerohedge.com /by Tyler Durden on 01/18/2014 14:23

Bernanke may be printing the wealth effect to the benefit of the richest 1%, but that only serves to make the already wealthiest even wealthier. When it comes to the creation of new millionaire households, the epicenter of new wealth creation is about as far from Wall Street, [...]

Hey Joe

tfmetalsreport.com / By Pining 4 the Fjords / Monday, December 23, 2013 at 1:04 pm

This essay was inspired by a deceptively simple question: At what point will people decide they have had enough? By this, I mean at what point will a plurality of citizens look around them, examine their situation, and come [...]

American “Servants” Make Less Now Than They Did in 1910

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/10/2013 12:50 -0500

While much has been said about the benefits of Bernanke’s wealth effect to the asset-owning“10%”, just as much has been said about the ever deteriorating plight of the remaining debt-owning 90%, who are forced to resort to labor to provide for their families, and more [...]

Brits Draw Down Record Amounts Of Savings To Cover Rising Cost of Living

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/03/2013 10:42 -0500

In the most dramatic evidence yet that Britons are paying for the rising cost of living by raiding savings,Yahoo UK reports that households are pulling money out of their savings accounts at the fastest rate in modern record, according to Bank of England figures. Since the [...]