“Housing prices right now should be considerably below their historic averages. Prices still haven’t fallen enough because the government is still artificially propping them up. We have to let real estate prices fall to the point where people have the 20% down payment and can qualify for a mortgage without the government cosigning it.” in CNBC
Peter Schiff`s comments on the economy, stock markets, politics and gold. Schiff is the renowned writer of the bestseller Crash Proof: How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse.
- Momentum Stocks Are Having Trouble
- Quantitative Easing (QE) Is An Euphemism For Inflation
- China: No Evidence That Demand For Gold Will Slow
- Video: The Bullish Case For Gold
- People Are Starving For Yield
- What The Stock Market Really Wants
- Why the Fed Can`t Raise Interest Rates
- What Separates A Rich Country From A Poor Country
- Jack Lew: Germany Needs More Inflation
- Australian Dollar (AUD): Clear Sailing For Much Higher Levels
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- The Ressurgance Of The Euro
- Real Estate Prices Are Still Too High
- China`s Inflation Problem
- The US-China Economic Relation
- There Are A Lot Of Problems That We've Yet To Conf...
- Gold & Silver
- Market Update: US Economy, Gold, Interest Rates
- Bond Investing: The Most Important Thing Is The St...
- The US Dollar And The Euro
- Canada`s Interest Rates Are Still Too Low.
- Investing In Canada - There Are A Lot Of Resource ...
- Market Update: Employment Report, US Economy
- Crash Proof 2.0 Is An Updated Version Of The Origi...
- Still Bearish On The US Dollar
- The Dangers Of Buying Numismatic Coins
- Big Names Are Buying Gold, Preparing For A Global ...
- Numismatics May Actually Drop In Value While The G...
- Housing Market Outlook
- Housing Prices Still Haven`t Fallen Enough
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