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Pirates Of The Industrial Age – THE DAILY IMPACT

8 days ago

The real estate agent gets paid, the lending agent gets paid, the lender immediately sells the loan so he gets paid, all with money generated by the deal, not provided by you. Now you’re a homeowner, free to sell the furniture, the drapes, use the hardwood flooring for …

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Climate Migration Has Begun: The Emergency Is Here – THE

9 days ago

The real estate market in Florida, much of which is increasingly affected by so-called “sunny day flooding” because of rising sea levels, has changed dramatically, devaluing beachfront properties in favor of structures inland, on higher ground. (The mayor of South Miami is actively looking for a fallback residence in Washington D.C.)

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Not With A Bang, Or A Whimper. A Tink. – THE DAILY IMPACT

4 days ago

The essential word in Florida real estate is “waterfront,” and Coral Gables has nearly 50 miles of coastline. (Technically, it’s bayfront, but here the chain of barrier islands, known here as keys, are so far out to sea — Key Biscayne is the nearest — that for all intents and purposes the Coral Gables waterfront is seacoast.)

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The Crash Of 2015: Day 21 [Update: Day 22]

3 days ago

For me, like you, the real estate bubble was one. I never thought it was a good idea to sell someone a $400,000 house when their real income was less than $40,000. Someone was going to default and someone was going to ultimately lose money. That said, when it comes to investing, there is, of course, always risk and those who seek the ‘too

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The Crash Of 2015, Day 49: Hell To Pay – THE DAILY IMPACT

6 days ago

It has so far accumulated approximately twice the amount of subprime debt the real estate market ran up before the crash of 2008. It is debt that started this fire, and keeps it going, and will provide it with tinder first in the fracking industry, then in the legacy oil industry, and finally in the debt-swollen financial markets of the entire

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The Consumer Economy Becomes Consumptive – THE DAILY …

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Masters of the Universe immediately brightened to bullish on Sears because of all the real estate the company now has for sale (remember the thing about the snake, and the full feeling not lasting? Or the guy who is burning the siding from his house in his fireplace to stay warm?). This wasting disease does not affect only the elderly.

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THE DAILY IMPACT – Page 7 – CHRONICLING THE CRASH OF THE

5 days ago

If they gave out Academy Awards for Most Spectacular Industrial Crash of the Year, this year’s hands-down winner would be Boeing, Boeing. It’s not just that their code writers did a nifty update of the software in the 737 Max airliner that caused it to dive unpredictably, killing 346 people in two crashes, and grounding the entire fleet for a year or more.

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The Auto Nation Is Down – THE DAILY IMPACT

2 days ago

In 2009, when a chain reaction started by the financialization of subprime loans for real estate threatened to destroy the world’s economy, America declared that the auto industry was too big and too important to fail, and rescued it just before it did, …

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Blue Water Rising: It Could Be Worse – THE DAILY IMPACT

5 days ago

The Hansen study is one of three published in the past week defining the real and present danger of climate change, especially for the U.S. East Coast. Hansen and his colleagues conclude that ice-sheet melting and consequent sea-level rise are proceeding much …

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Ever Wonder What Condition Air Conditioning Is In

8 days ago

Crushing household debt, a collapsing real estate market and a contracting economy have strangled consumer spending in China, especially spending on big-ticket appliances. One result of this is that sales of air conditioners have tanked, leaving manufacturers in China this spring with about 50 million finished units unsold, stacked up in inventory

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Math Unmasks Oil And Gas Boom As Bubble – THE DAILY IMPACT

9 days ago

“The price of real estate will never go down?”) and before that the dot-com boom and before that the Enron-ron-ron electricity boom. Wall Street financiers have been bundling oil and gas leases like they used to bundle mortgages, throwing money at drillers like they used to throw it at teenaged dot-com entrepreneurs (that’s a French term

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The Empty American Street – THE DAILY IMPACT

4 days ago

The effects of global climate change, which are accumulating faster than the worst-case scenarios of the past several decades had forecast, pose a real and present danger not only to the welfare but to the security of the United States. (This, by the way, is the oft-stated opinion of the aforementioned Department of Defense.)

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Virginia: The State Of Denial, Sinking – THE DAILY IMPACT

5 days ago

Increasingly, the threat of rising water is making itself manifest. Oceanfront and canal-front neighborhoods are flooding so often that the salt water has killed the grass and the real-estate business. Agents who once said “Oh, great, it’s right on the water!” are …

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NY Times: Rising Seas “An Enormous Risk For The United

8 days ago

This incursion of seawater into some of the country’s most densely populated, priciest real estate is not something that is going to happen — it is happening. Sea level rise at the US Navy base near Norfolk, Virginia has been 14.5 inches, nearly twice the …

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SoftBank: Blindsided By A Virus – THE DAILY IMPACT

9 days ago

WeWork ’s vision was to buy up tons of empty office real estate and rent it out in tiny little increments to “technology startups.” Those magic words, coupled with an indifference as to why the office space was empty in the first place, led to a bloated valuation of $47 billion.

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2014: The Last Good Year – THE DAILY IMPACT

3 days ago

There are so many bubbles reaching maturity in the near term — the subprime auto-loan bubble, the overvalued stock bubble, the China real-estate bubble, the fracking bubble, to name the biggest — that it is likely that this time, more than one of them will burst at once, with far worse effects that when the housing bubble went up all by

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China Burning: This Is Not A Drill – THE DAILY IMPACT

2 days ago

China has proved to be so much better than us at fouling its own nest that it is winning hands-down the lemming-like race we are having to the edge of the cliff that defines the end of …

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In Praise Of Sin Taxes – THE DAILY IMPACT

1 days ago

These periodic tsunamis of money that create and then pulverize vast fortunes in dot-coms, shale-oil, farmland, residential real estate, high tech, on and on, are the modern day equivalent of the periodic plagues of locusts described in the Bible. Whatever brief benefits there are, go …

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Tom Lewis – Page 37 – THE DAILY IMPACT

1 days ago

The market, which all concerned promised would go up and up and never come down (Does anybody remember them saying the same thing about real estate? Anybody?) has lost 7% of its value in a week and, yesterday at least, could not pull out of the nose dive.

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Fuel Cell Offers To Save World: World Says No Thanks – THE

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The only catch was that cities and real-estate developers would have to set aside a little bit of land for each sub-division and office park, to deal with the pollution where it was generated. Like Bloom, Shaeffer systems were installed by hundreds of communities and businesses, and worked as …

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“Climate Gentrification” A.k.a. Miami Vice

8 days ago

Ever since the 1920s, when they started transforming south Florida from a mosquito-infested swamp to a Mecca for rich old capitalists, the highest and best form of real estate has been “waterfront.” “Water (or beach) access” was a distant second, and …

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Dopamine Dreams – THE DAILY IMPACT

4 days ago

Dopamine Dreams. Madness manifests in people and countries in some ways that are obvious to other people and countries, even while the crazy ones remain oblivious to their own affliction. People with dementia, for example, often don’t see anything out of the ordinary in having to be reintroduced to people they have known for years, who just

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From Arab Spring To American Fall – THE DAILY IMPACT

3 days ago

The different folks who showed up at Zuccotti Park (predictably, named for a super-rich real-estate developer) had many different strokes. Some condemned the disparity between rich and poor; some the greed and corruption of the big corporations and investment banks; some, globalization; others, the lack of regulation of financial institutions

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Investors Do It With Protection – THE DAILY IMPACT

1 days ago

When I first saw a reference to the Plunge Protection Team, I of course assumed it was a suicide-prevention program for bankers who work in skyscrapers.As our president often says, who knew that it would be so complicated? Or, as he also often says, who cares?

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Uncategorized – THE DAILY IMPACT

1 days ago

In 2009, when a chain reaction started by the financialization of subprime loans for real estate threatened to destroy the world’s economy, America declared that the auto industry was too big and too important to fail, and rescued it just before it did, …

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Energy – THE DAILY IMPACT

4 days ago

Crushing household debt, a collapsing real estate market and a contracting economy have strangled consumer spending in China, especially spending on big-ticket appliances. One result of this is that sales of air conditioners have tanked, leaving manufacturers in China this spring with about 50 million finished units unsold, stacked up in inventory

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Who Goes Dry First

4 days ago

The title of first American city to be abandoned for lack of water will be awarded in the next decade or so, and it’s hard to decide whether to bet on Las Vegas or Phoenix.

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Financial Storm Flags Up: Take Cover – THE DAILY IMPACT

5 days ago

This is not about TEOTWAWKI (The End of the World as We Know It), nor about the Crash of the Industrial Age (Wait! The acronym for that’s CIA!) that we expect.

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If Climate Change Is A Joke, Who Is It On

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While the President of the United States makes ignorant jokes about climate change — in which he does not believe — one of the United States is preparing to abandon a chunk of land the size of the state of Delaware to rising sea waters, an effect of climate change. The state of Louisiana is preparing to abandon its entire coastal plain to the sea, to forbid new building there and to buy

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October 2019 – THE DAILY IMPACT

6 days ago

Crushing household debt, a collapsing real estate market and a contracting economy have strangled consumer spending in China, especially spending on big-ticket appliances. One result of this is that sales of air conditioners have tanked, leaving manufacturers in China this spring with about 50 million finished units unsold, stacked up in inventory

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Holiday Repost: Farewell To 2014 – THE DAILY IMPACT

Just Now

There are so many bubbles reaching maturity in the near term — the subprime auto-loan bubble, the overvalued stock bubble, the China real-estate bubble, the fracking bubble, to name the biggest — that it is likely that this time, more than one of them will burst at once, with far worse effects that when the housing bubble went up all by

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Stock Market Achieves Escape Velocity, Leaves Earth – THE

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS [Irony Alert: The following news is not fake. It is true, just not factual.] The New York Stock Exchange announced today that according to its key indicator, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the stock market has attained escape velocity, has left Earth’s atmosphere and is, as a spokesman said, “on its way to the stars.”

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The Great Rebate: Can We Get Our Money Back

1 days ago

California is a real estate developers’ creation made possible by electric water pumps and a century and a half of benign wet weather. That may be changing. But it’s not just drought that characterizes the Western climate. There are also huge floods that happen every hundred to two hundred years, the last one being in 1862.

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Conn’s Game: Subprime Loans, Subhuman Lenders – THE DAILY

2 days ago

One of the stores built by a Conn’s game, based on junk bonds and subprime loans, in Houston Texas. (Photo by Mather Rutledge/Flickr)

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Capital Punishment For Corporations: Time To Start – THE

9 days ago

The stocks, bonds, and real property of a corporation could then be valued based on how far away the 50 year old death was in the future. We must eliminate the “Trust” loop hole in the estate tax so each fifty years the corporation actually must pay the tax and start over.

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August 2017 – THE DAILY IMPACT

6 days ago

In 2009, when a chain reaction started by the financialization of subprime loans for real estate threatened to destroy the world’s economy, America declared that the auto industry was too big and too important to fail, and rescued it just before it did, …

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October 2014 – THE DAILY IMPACT

5 days ago

The paper was published in 2009, and those who have not ignored it since, have ridiculed it. (Sort of like Darwin’s theories, or plate tectonics, or Hubbert’s view of peaking oil.)

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Global Recession Accelerating Toward Depression – THE

7 days ago

With the mainstream media devoting 80% of their time covering the contest to see what color uniform the captain of the USS Titanic will be wearing in 2017; with the Tea Party Taliban — 40 fundamentalist members of the House of Representatives — bringing the federal government to its knees; the storm clouds of a great global depression are building into our skies from all directions

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The Crash Of 2015: Vultures Vs. Jackals – THE DAILY IMPACT

7 days ago

The crash of 2015 has been paused temporarily by a curious circumstance: a brawl among the financial scavengers who by now should have carted away the body parts of the great American fracking boom.

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Global Cooling Threatens Life On Earth – THE DAILY IMPACT

8 days ago

While the planet’s air, water and land are heating to dangerous levels because of human pollution, the world’s trade is cooling off, slowing down and coagulating in the deepening chill, threatening the well-being of every country and virtually every person.

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California: Waiting For The Big Wet One – THE DAILY IMPACT

7 days ago

In 1861 into 1862, it rained in California for 45 days, turning the Central Valley into a lake, wiping ut one third of the state’s real estate and bankrupting the government. According to Lucy Jones , chief scientist of the USGS Multi-Hazards Demonstration Project, “We think this event happens once every 100 or 200 years or so, which puts

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November 3, 2020: Election Day Or

5 days ago

Post WW2 presidents have had strong oil industry connections up until Bush the Younger. So what about Obama & Trump? Power now seems more diffuse – tech, finance, pharmaceuticals, real estate, weapons. What interests does Trump serve?

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May 2017 – THE DAILY IMPACT

6 days ago

Monday is the 100th anniversary of the birth of John F. Kennedy. I suppose we should do as Christians do — celebrate the birth on its anniversary, mourn the death when its date comes around, but I cannot separate them.

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Donald Trump’s Last Day At Work: A Fable – THE DAILY IMPACT

8 days ago

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: RSS This is a story, boys and girls, about how Donald Trump’s world could end — not with a bang, but a whimper. It’s a balmy September day in Washington when John Kelly bursts into the oval …

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Twin Peaks: Stock-Market Fear, Oil Panic – THE DAILY IMPACT

8 days ago

OK, hold the tears of sympathy if you must, but as Everett Dirksen used to say, a billion lost here, a billion vaporized there, pretty soon you’re talking real money. The Price/Earnings Ratio — the price of the stock compared with the profits of the company — is at 26x, its highest value in 135 years with the exception of just before the

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America’s Refugee Crisis: On Its Way – THE DAILY IMPACT

4 days ago

Hideous choices now urgently confront the countries of Europe as they flounder in deep waters, borne down toward drowning by the inexorably growing weight of human misery cascading into and over them from Africa and Asia.

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