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What We Read Today 05 February 2013

February 5th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list is an article that says house flippers will stop the housing recovery ......... and the last story is is about a school district can make a $22 million loan turn into $154 million of repayment.

Follow up:

  • The next supermodel (The Economist)  The best political economic model today comes from the Nordic countries.  Hat tip to Russell Huntley.
  • The Master Meme (James Howard Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation)  You can be sure that when a nation is led by the reality-deficient, unhappy outcomes are a sure thing.
  • School districts pay dearly for bonds (Trey Bundy and Shane Shifflett, San Fransisco Chronicle)  Lenders are not gouging.  Actually they are only getting about 5% average annual interest.  The problem lies in balloon payments with interest payment deferral and 40-year pay-off schedules which makes a $22 million loan eventually cost $154 million.  Hat tip to Public Banking.








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