38 Recommended Articles on the Economic Collapse

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Education & Training with R World Properties, Inc

Reading a bit each day from different minds really has helped me get a handle on what’s happening these days. I don’t pretend to be a guru or expert myself, but there’s a lot of good writing and honest commentary out there…no one has all the answers, but spend some time each day absorbing ideas other than your own. It enables you to form your own opinions.

If there’s anything that you need now more than anything else, it’s a plan. You need a plan to survive and thrive no matter what happens. And believe me…this, I’m sure, is in the cards for you…but not if you don’t take time to make a plan. I say this not because I’m convinced that I know exactly what will happen, but because I am positive that SOMETHING will happen…the rules are changing significantly, and that means we need to change and adapt.

Anyway, here are some articles I’ve read over the past couple days. I hope they provide you some things to think about and bend your mind a bit. That’s what they did for me.

  1. AIG’s Counterparties Should Pay Us Back for Bonuses
  2. Is AIG Bailout a Smokescreen?
  3. The Real AIG Conspiracy
  4. Hey, what about Freddie Mac’s retention bonus plan?
  5. Housing Starts Rebound: Don’t Get Too Excited
  6. Don’t Count on Manhattan RE as an Inflation Hedge
  7. South CA median house price falls to $250,000, down 39%
  8. Actual Sales Prices Only Half of Asking Prices
  9. Discuss Specific Addresses
  10. “The floodgates could open.” Right.
  11. Credit is a drug. The Fed is America’s dealer.
  12. US Bailouts Add to Risk of Depression
  13. Look up your bank
  14. Banks Ignore Obama Plan
  15. Social investors could take over and reform corporations
  16. Frugality is back in fashion
  17. Madoff’s Wife Protects The Loot
  18. Scenes from the recession
  19. San Quentin Prison Seen as a Hot Property
  20. Senator suggests AIG execs should kill themselves
  21. Grassley: AIG execs should repent, not kill selves
  22. Once paid, AIG bonuses will be hard to recover
  23. Real Scandal of AIG: executives accountable to no one
  24. Judge Rules Vallejo Can Void Union Contracts
  25. Freddie Mac: The Government’s Next Black Hole?
  26. Bernanke’s False Analogy of “A Burning House”
  27. Bernanke’s Witness Protection Program
  28. The Real Ponzi Scheme: Unreal Interest Rates
  29. Chicago’s Condo Market on Ice
  30. Oahu rents likely to keep falling
  31. Good graphs of Las Vegas crash
  32. Banks failures still relatively few
  33. Why bailout money goes to banks, not us
  34. IRS Plans a Deduction for Madoff Victims
  35. Residential mortgage fraud hit all-time high in 2008
  36. For Many Young Irish, First Taste of Hard Times
  37. Financial Secrets of the Wizard of Oz
  38. Golden Gate Economics

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