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Discussion in 'Property Market Economics' started by MarkB, 22nd Mar, 2016.

  1. MarkB

    MarkB Some guy on the internet Premium Member

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    I graze on the media and often spot graphs I think would be of interest to this forum, but I don't always know where to put them - so I figured why not a thread where I (or anyone else for that matter) can just upload graphs / images that maybe they don't fit in with any other current threads and / or they don't want to start a new thread (current post excluded, of course).



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    MarkB Some guy on the internet Premium Member

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    Another from Callam Pickering.

    An open letter to Scott Morrison on negative gearing (more graphs on the link btw, for the real graphilia sufferers out there)


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    Has anyone come across a graph that shows median income vs median house price for individual cities?

    E.g. Sydney median income vs Sydney median house prices.
     
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    A twitter post from Stephen Koukoulas
    Here is the full story of household debt - yes it is high but so is NET (yes net) wealth


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    MarkB Some guy on the internet Premium Member

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    Both from twitter posts by Peter Martin (who makes no secret of that he doesn't like the current NG regime).

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    From petewargent.blogspot.com.au - always an excellent read
     
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    I agree, I really enjoy his blog.
     
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    Some good stuff there.
    I used to see it with Michael Yardney's updates.
     
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    The Seven Countries Most Vulnerable To A Debt Crisis - Steve Keen in Forbes (times must be tough for the Forbes publishers).

    Needless to say, AU is one of them.

    Just to clarify, the BIS mentioned in the graphs is the "Bank of International Settlements", not BIS Shrapnel (the latter of course has an embarrassingly bad record of forecasting).

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    I'm surprised anyone would still publish that guy.
    "Doomsayers like the economist Steve Keen mistakenly predicted a collapse in house prices – as much as 40 per cent – in 2010 and ended up famously losing a bet with the former Macquarie banker Rory Robertson. Keen’s penalty was walking up Mount Kosciuszko wearing a T-shirt saying he was “hopelessly wrong”."
     
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    I've never understood why people latch onto this single prediction by him and then throw away all other achievements/predictions, for example, his prediction of the US crash:

    “No One Saw This Coming”: Understanding Financial Crisis Through Accounting Models - Munich Personal RePEc Archive

    Whether or not you agree with his personal predictions, writing off all of his work based on media-centric claims is rather inappropriate.
     
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    You're kidding aren't ya?
    There's a list floating around on here, a timeline of his numerous failures.
    They say even a broken watch is right twice a day, this peanut couldn't even achieve that level of accuracy.
     
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    I think it is more about how he felt the need or at least let the media feed a publicity frenzy.
    Keen used childish language calling the FHBers grant the "first home vendors grant".

    He was absolutely certain he was going to be right, this was naive and probably foolish. Any economist with any credibility wouldn't be so certain in predicting anything.

    Anyone in Sydney who sold their ppor as he did in 2010 would have egg on their face.
     
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    Am I the only one who does not bother with charts, they wont make you rich??? Gives someone a day job I guess...
     
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    The great thing about propertychat is that you can simply ignore the parts you think are useless.

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    From Pete Wargent.
     
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