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Main Street Sucker Punched on the Housing “Recovery” – Now Fed Left No Way Out

Whether you think there has been a housing “recovery” or not is a matter of perspective. Sales are indeed up 117% since the 2010 low, but that low was literally the worst level in the history of this data (since 1963) as a percentage of population growth. It was the Great Depression of Housing, the… The post Main Street Sucker Punched on the Housing “Recovery” – Now Fed Left No Way Out was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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