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Gdp Growth - With And Without Mew - The Chart That Says It All

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This is GDP growth data for the USA over the past 10 years, with and without mortgage equity withdrawl money entering the economy. I would imagine the figures for the UK are similar - especially for 2001 when Britain was the only G7 country not to have negative GDP growth for a quarter.

From: http://calculatedrisk.blogspot.com/2005_12...sk_archive.html

Data: http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases/z1/...ent/default.htm0125.a.gif

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That graph is STUNNING. Are those figures to be believed !

If they are... then God help us !

That data is from a website called http://www.financialsense.com a blatant gold ramping and general crazy redneck in the woods armaggeddon bunch of weirdos.

Their data is flawed and simply made up.

Their data has no part in my complex analytical model and so is not considered to have any part of the projected global property crash.

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That data is from a website called http://www.financialsense.com a blatant gold ramping and general crazy redneck in the woods armaggeddon bunch of weirdos.

Their data is flawed and simply made up.

Their data has no part in my complex analytical model and so is not considered to have any part of the projected global property crash.

Their site seems to mirror most of the posters views on HPC.

Are you saying we are all a bunch of weirdos too?

edit: I've only read the titles of the editorials (e.g. The Proposed Iranian Oil Bourse) so it may be a bit more extreme than it looks on the surface.

Edited by Margret Thatcher

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That data is from a website called http://www.financialsense.com a blatant gold ramping and general crazy redneck in the woods armaggeddon bunch of weirdos.

Their data is flawed and simply made up.

Their data has no part in my complex analytical model and so is not considered to have any part of the projected global property crash.

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over analyzing bear,

Their data has no part in my complex analytical model

Hope you don't feed it with ONS stats, you know what they say, garbage in garbage out. :D

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That data is from a website called http://www.financialsense.com a blatant gold ramping and general crazy redneck in the woods armaggeddon bunch of weirdos.

Their data is flawed and simply made up.

Their data has no part in my complex analytical model and so is not considered to have any part of the projected global property crash.

I'm sorry. So there is an 'owner' of the intellectual property relating to observations of the property crash. I was just putting my thoughts in the public domain, but now. I obviously don't need to think anymore ...

That graph just emphasises what Marco was saying about 5 months ago about how the economy is built on phantom money - but there is a limit to the expanding girth of hot air and it looks like we hit it in 2001. Anyone want to breath out?

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Interesting article that it comes from

http://www.financialsense.com/Market/wrapup.htm

Yup, I saw that graph published in a different form on another FSN article last week, frickin scary.

That data is from a website called http://www.financialsense.com a blatant gold ramping and general crazy redneck in the woods armaggeddon bunch of weirdos.

Ok, so Jim may have a gold plated car with a V12 engine painted in the confederate colours, a pile of rifles, a nuclear fallout bunker, a couple of burning oil refineries and he likes to drive on a 16 lane highway listening to religious AM radio and firing at random whilst maiming and killing unsuspecting animals... but that doesn't make him a bad person, m'kay!

Edited by BuyingBear

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Just a thought about the recession, given that gdp it is growth over inflation, which is understated by around 2-3%, in my eyes we are already in a recession!

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