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Housing Starts 16 yr low

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Terrel L. Shields

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News was that Nov. housing starts were a 16 year low. Put that in perspective. The population of the U. S. has grown something around 20% since 1990. Thus, the "16 year low" would translated into an even lower low if adjusted for the population.
 

Randolph Kinney

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So how low will it go? We have new homes up the ying-yang sitting as inventory as well as existing homes.
 

murray stroupe

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News was that Nov. housing starts were a 16 year low. Put that in perspective. The population of the U. S. has grown something around 20% since 1990. Thus, the "16 year low" would translated into an even lower low if adjusted for the population.
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Well part of that is seasonal;
but 16 year low is pretty serious.

Not to worry ,CFC king mr Angelo said to Maria B on CNBC;
[MB sector] quote '' Countrywide Financial stock is better than MSFT, or Bershire Hathaway.'' Unquote
 

Fred

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Thus, the "16 year low" would translated into an even lower low if adjusted for the population.
Adjust it back to just before they settled Jamestown. :)
 
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