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More evidence of a coming debt bubble?

Could another debt bubble bring a real estate downturn?

debt bubbleA very interesting look at stats relating to consumer confidence and real wage growth. It could be a sign that the public in general is really more confident than they should be. The big question is, could this lead to a debt bubble that threatens the overall economy and real estate?

There is also some interesting news on what graduates and students think is going to happen with their student loans – a big part of what just might be creating a debt bubble.

The latest numbers on the GDP are disappointing.

Luxury real estate is taking a big hit – we called it.

Home prices have reached new heights in many areas.

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The Fed And Interest Rates

PLUS: Consumer Confidence

There seems to be some confusion out there about consumer confidence. Some research shows it going up and others show it going down. Of course, the folks at the Fed are hot to focus on the ones that say confidence is up. However, they are also seeming to buy in to a pretty rosy picture of the economy that might not fit with what we have seen over the last couple of quarters. We will chat about this and see if we can come up with what makes sense.

There will also be some chatting about GDP and Inflation – you know, all that really sexy stuff. Keep in mind that these numbers absolutely effect you and we will discuss them a bit and discuss why.

We will also talk a bit about the price to rent ratio.

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