Capital Commerce Debate, Part 4 Chart

Thursday, April 12, 2007 | 05:00 PM

The following charts are for part 4 of the great Ritholtz/Luskin debate.


Present Jobs Recovery: Worst in post WW2 era
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Graphic courtesy of Spencer England's SEER


Next up, consider the importance of Debt to the ongoing consumer lifestyle:

Debt_income_gdp

Source: Federal Reserve Flow of Funds Report


Mortgage Equity Withdrawals were important to Americans, as they used more and more debt to finance their lifestyles.

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You got to be amazed at what Bush/Cheney and Greenspan/Bernanke plus the PPT is capable of doing -- Financial Innovation!

Sometimes I think we bear should sincerely learn from their Innovative ideas and their Preserverance to bring this country to the richness we are enjoying now. LOL.

Posted by: shawn | Apr 12, 2007 5:14:18 PM

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