Archive for the 'japan asset bubble' Category

Empire in the California Sun – Home prices in California rose 109 percent from 2001 to 2006 and have fallen 37 percent since then reaching post bubble lows. California following Tokyo housing correction trend. 50 year trend between fixed mortgage rates and new home sales broken.


The Heisei boom, financial trickery, and central bank voodoo – Can the U.S. support two lost decades? Japan asset bubble collapse solutions exported to the United States. 9 graphs showing troubling similarities.


The 20 year Japanese bear market in real estate is making its way to the United States. Home prices in the U.S. are now in a double-dip and have gone back 8 years. Lower paying jobs, higher expenses, shadow inventory, and big government spending all align with a path of real estate malaise.


Exporting the U.S. housing bubble – Japan and China real estate bubbles provide a fascinating example of what occurs with currency intervention and quantitative easing. If Ireland implodes with a similar U.S. housing market what does that mean domestically?


Japan Iwato and Heisei stock and housing bubbles – How the U.S. is following in the path of Japan. Real estate lost decade, technology stock market bust, quantitative easing, and mania inducing monetary policy.


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