Monthly Archives: September 2005

The Sky is, in Fact, Falling

Here’s what happens when an editor tells a reporter, "Go Get Me a ‘The Economy is Going to be Bad’ Story!’" from the Lincoln Journal Star. Buy now, pay later: It’s been the mantra of American consumers for decades. The … Continue reading

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Experts predict what causes could bust the American economy

Here’s some great doomsday froth from the Portsmouth Herald World/National News: Experts predict what causes could bust the American economy. Why does that matter? Because the more home equity Americans tap now, the less they’ll have in reserve for retirement … Continue reading

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Disaster & Froth

Here’s a Reuters take on the effect of Hurricane Katrina on the forth market: New Orleans and other Gulf Coast areas are now in disaster recovery mode with floods, fires and evacuations the focus. Homeowners cannot return to assess what … Continue reading

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