Tag Archives: mortgage

G.O.P takes Mass., Market Reaction to G.O.P Win, Housing Starts Plummet, FHA Lifts Fees

G.O.P. takes Massachusetts Senate seat – NY Times NY Times reports Scott Brown, a little-known Republican state senator, rode to an extraordinary upset Tuesday night when he was elected to fill the Senate seat that was long held by Edward M. Kennedy in the overwhelmingly Democratic state of Massachusetts. By a decisive margin, Mr. Brown defeated Martha Coakley, the state’s […]

Q.E. Will Not and Cannot End at This Time, Zero Hedge/Fed’s Bullard, US Mortgage Originations Seen Plummeting

I wrote yesterday: THE FED WILL NOT REDUCE LIQUIDITY AT THIS TIME. Today, I will reiterate and state: QUANTITATIVE EASING WILL NOT AND CANNOT END AT THIS TIME. This statement may appear to be rather bold in light of the noise emanating from traditional news outlets and the occasional Fed comment.  However, a review of the facts support the notion […]

Proceed with Caution

            It is now evident that this recession has uncovered a number of substantial flaws in our country’s financial industry. The now-exposed wounds became so complex that it took a meltdown of this size to identify them and it will take a long, sluggish recovery for them to heal. The majority of the flaws in our financial system hit individual […]