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The twin bubbles of housing and higher education – housing bubble expanded from 1997 to 2007 and imploded. Since 2000 tuition costs have been soaring but graduate pay has been falling. What happens when you price out a generation looking for starter homes?


Removing a generation of college educated graduates from purchasing homes – Higher education bubble will force many students to hold off on buying a home to service college loan debt. Renters take brunt of household correction. Demographic trends will put pressure on home and stock prices.


The Gospel of Economic Prosperity: Lessons from the Great Depression Part XXVIII. Pretend and Spend and Success will Come.


Alt-A and Pay Options ARMs: Four States make up 46% of Alt-A loans. Examining California, Florida, Nevada, and Arizona. From Bubble Housing Glory to Housing Bust Toxic Mortgage Pain.


The Paradox of Spendthrifts – Government Offering 0 Percent on I Savings Bonds and Creating Incentives to Spend. Punishing the Prudent and Savers. $115 Trillion in total U.S. Debt.


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