Guest Author: Ted Kavadas writes at Seeking Alpha and his own blog, EconomicGreenfield. A bio is available at a previous article. I find the following 10 charts to be disturbing. These charts would be alarming at any point in the economic cycle; that they depict such a tenuous situation now – 21 months after the official …
There are a number of logical scenarios for the housing market. Many of them indicate downside risk for prices.
There is a debate about whether there is a bond bubble ready to collapse or not. GEI contributor John Lounsbury and guest author Ted Kavadas present opposing views.
The vast majority of economists, market professionals and other commentators currently believe that we will be experiencing a long period of slow economic growth. Will this consensus scenario actually happen? My analysis indicates that it will not, unfortunately.