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Keith Jurow to Appear on Fox Business

February 7th, 2013
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Econintersect:  Friday 08 February 2013 Fox Business has a day-long theme dedicated to the state of the residential real estate market.  Widely-read houseofcardshousing market analyst and occasional Global Economic Intersection contributor, Keith Jurow will appear on the "Varney & Co." show on that day.  The show airs from 9:20 AM to 11:00 AM.  Two weeks ago, in Jurow's most recent TV appearance, he debated the status of the housing market with University of Pennsylvania economist Susan Wachter (who has also contributed to Global Economic Intersection) on Bottom Line on Bloomberg TV.

Follow up:

Jurow will continue to discuss data he has reviewed, much of it not generally followed by the wider analyst community, which leads him to say we are far from a permanent recovery from the housing bubble collapse.  Most of the other guests on the show Friday can be expected to disagree with Jurow, in one way or another, since there is a widely held view that the residential real estate market bottomed 1-2 years ago.

Jurow is widely read with many articles published by Real Clear Markets, Minyanville, Marketwatch and Business Insider, in addition to GEI.  He
writes two in-depth subscription reports on residential real estate markets:   Minyanville.com’s Housing Market Report and a soon to be announced wealth management report with an emphasis on residential real estate.

The archives of Jurow's 30+ comprehensive in-depth analysis articles can be found on his newly-launched website, www.keithjurow.com, where you can learn more about his writings, interviews and speaking appearances.

John Lounsbury

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