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Why A House-Price Bubble Means Trouble

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Can`t read it, but the sentiment is a few years too late I`m afraid. The stage we are at now is Why a Housing Bubble Popping Means Trouble

I would copy/paste it but not sure if that is allowed. Mods, please advise?

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Have you tried googling the title of the thread?

Yes, that works , thanks. Why do they bother trying to hide the article when you can just find it like that? More Bearish than I expected, but I don`t think credit supply and demand was mentioned as the main driver of price? (or one of the main drivers)

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The original research paper is here:

http://www.voxeu.org/article/home-prices-1870

So looking at their long range graph, we can maybe expect a long slow crash bottoming out in about 2060

I don`t think the property market works like that, it is either ON or OFF? The PTB interference on the recent scale we have seen is something new, but it is a game changer only so long as they can keep it up?

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I don`t think the property market works like that, it is either ON or OFF? The PTB interference on the recent scale we have seen is something new, but it is a game changer only so long as they can keep it up?

It's a game-changer in the sense that it's pitched the world into a second Great Depression whereas the excesses of post-WWII Keynesianism were liquidated by a mere stagflation in the 1970s.

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Quite, there are a lot of people hoarding property. If they can see the game it up they fill flood the market and crash it, even if the market fundamentally under supplied. You only need to look at the Silver bubble of 2011 to see that. The main difference is the government weren't tyring to prop up the price of silver with public money.

Crashy Crashy.

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