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Sam
chief economist with interests in history, culture & technology. All comments are my own.
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Sam 7h
Joke is on all of us. Google 'sokal hoax'.
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Konrad Putzier 13h
“We’re not yet at a stage where I have a very clear monetization strategy because we haven’t really talked about it” via
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Sam 8h
If you remember the early days, Blur's first album was late to shoegaze scene and they were panned. Funny how they outlasted them all.
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Diane Swonk Mar 5
Found this great link from the banking conference. Chief Economisf Sam Khater shows how 90% of households still at a loss on wealth after adjusting for inflation from Great Recession.
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USC Lusk Center Mar 29
"Freddie Mac Chief Economist Sam Khater said rising sales demand coupled with more inventory than previous spring seasons suggests that the housing market is in the early stages of regaining momentum."
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Christopher Whalen Apr 22
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Christopher Whalen Apr 22
SO the August trip is just about sold out, but have few spots in late June and Labor Day. Ping me on or
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Sam 9h
Sales declining on low end simply reflect escalating prices.
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Sam 9h
Chris is correct, first time buyer and starter home demand is very strong.
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Sam 22h
Agree with Salim and Adam however half of college students fail to graduate, which very much needs to be addressed. How many other major products have that failure rate?
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Sam Apr 19
Juarez is no joke, I always think of the face stitched on a soccer ball when that name comes up.
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Sam Apr 19
That guy is the hardest working economist in America, I wouldn't tussle with him.
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Sam Apr 19
I would dial it down Logan, otherwise this minor league mascott will be lookin for you.
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Sam Apr 19
Green Bay Packers Logan!
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Sam Apr 19
Ralph's stirring the pot on Good Friday ha! I'll take him up. It's not a major metro but it's top 25 to top 50 so I think it's major. We have to get away out from our NYC/LA/DC slant.
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Sam Apr 19
Replying to @ebruenig
Here's an example...
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Sam Apr 19
Replying to @ebruenig
There are loads of new starter homes for about $170k in El Paso. Where else in the US can you get that near a major growing metro?
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Andrea Riquier Apr 19
Here's my take on an industry unsure of where it wants to go.
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Sam Apr 19
Senile utopia...
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Sam Apr 18
It could be that Blacks were much harder hit by foreclosures and lost more wealth which scarred them more than others, or that black women play a larger role in employment for blacks vs other races, or the usual race issue or something else.
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