Higher Prices May Follow Home Sales

Category: Data Analysis, Economy, Real Estate, Video

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4 Responses to “Worst Video of the Day: Marketwatch on New Home Sales”

  1. The Fundamental Analyst says:

    Where do they get these people? She trots out the most unoriginal and overused phrases in the financial vernacular “we’re in a bottoming process” which is code for “I don’t have a clue where the bottom is”

  2. ben22 says:

    Since when were mortgage rates at 40 year lows, I seem to recall that in 2003 and 2004 you could get fixed interest rates below 4%. Where are those now.

    I think we are more like a few year low on rates, not a 40 year low.

    Just one of the many ignorant statements on the video.

  3. leftback says:

    They just want to sell their houses to some poor sap. The high end meltdown is really on in California.

    Both these ladies seem to be in a bottoming process.

  4. it’s pretty simple..

    the URL:

    says all that one needs to understand..