January

January Was Bad for Stocks, but Wall Street Expects a Better Year – The New York Times
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January Was Bad for Stocks, but Wall Street Expects a Better Year  The New York Times

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Morning Buzz: January 20 – Fox17
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Morning Buzz: January 20  Fox17

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10 things you need to know today: January 2, 2022 – The Week Magazine
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10 things you need to know today: January 2, 2022  The Week Magazine

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Valley homebuilders see good 2021 start with strong January sales – Las Vegas Review-Journal
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Valley homebuilders see good 2021 start with strong January sales  Las Vegas Review-Journal

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What's on TV and radio this weekend: Saturday, January 16 and Sunday, January 17 – The Times
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What’s on TV and radio this weekend: Saturday, January 16 and Sunday, January 17  The Times

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Top Ranked Momentum Stocks to Buy for January 14th – Nasdaq
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Top Ranked Momentum Stocks to Buy for January 14th  Nasdaq

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Shelter in Place Attractions: January 10 through 26 – What Will Light Your Home Fires – artsfuse.org
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Shelter in Place Attractions: January 10 through 26 – What Will Light Your Home Fires  artsfuse.org

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Sizzle's off: January home sales figures point to cooling market
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But others say the Palm Beach County housing market has regained much of the ground lost to the mortgage meltdown and the Great Recession, and that the recent boom might be drawing to a close. Shannon Brink, an agent at RE/MAX Prestige Realty in …

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Foreclosures on the decline in January
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Since the financial meltdown began in September 2008, there have been approximately 5.5 million completed foreclosures across the country, and since home ownership rates peaked in the second quarter of 2004, there have been approximately 7 million …

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 29, 2015
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Meanwhile, the forecast calls for growth in China to slow as its government reduces spending, tightens credit, and unwinds its housing bubble. The bank expects China's growth to fall from 7.4 per cent in 2014 to a modest 6.9 …

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 18, 2015
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However, as Captain Credit Crunch pointed out, it was the collapse of the Markit subprime ABX index in December 2006 which got the ball rolling on the first wave of housing bubble collapse. So far as I am aware, this …

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 17, 2015
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I'm now seeing lots of overpriced houses sitting on the market locally (northern Calif) and when prices are dropped at all it is often by a trivial amount like a few thousand dollars, maybe 1% or so… Reply to this comment.

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 14, 2015
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2015-01-14 06:46:36. Reality is setting in. The implosion of Housing Bubble II and the Fed's other asset bubbles is going to be epic. Got popcorn? Reply to this comment. Comment by Housing Analyst. 2015-01-14 07:14:41.

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 1, 2015
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Up http://i2.cdn.turner.com/money/dam/assets/121023093645-chart-college-tuition-fees-monster.jpg. Comment by Whac-A-Bubble™. 2015-01-01 12:55:38. “Houses: Overvalued. Still.” It's a real problem when the federal …

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 27, 2014 …
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Regarding the possible meltdown here, I don't know. I can't see it from the factory. Everybody is happy and heading home for Chinese New Year. Nobody is thinking about banks. Meanwhile it's getting quiet and boring.

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 31, 2014
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But this bubble that you've become accustomed to is an economic freak event. Once in a thousand years. And if it weren't for government/central bank meddling, we'd be close to putting this thing behind us. High house prices …

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 27, 2014
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Regarding the possible meltdown here, I don't know. I can't see it from the factory. Everybody is happy and heading home for Chinese New Year. Nobody is thinking about banks. Meanwhile it's getting quiet and boring.

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The Housing Bubble Blog » Bits Bucket for January 24, 2014
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“In the wake of the implosion of the housing bubble, the Fed and other central state agencies acted to repeat the exact same strategy of inflating speculative bubbles in widely held assets: stocks, bonds and real estate.”.

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