Thursday, June 14, 2007

Lawrence Yun, Lereah's Successor has a Blog Watching Him


David Lereah's Successor, Lawrence Yun, now has a blog watching him. Good job Keith from Housing Panic for setting this up.

8 Comments:

At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha.

let the games begin.

 
At 3:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice joke!keep joking...
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At 3:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lereah interviewed by mortgage trade magazine:

http://www.scotsmanguide.com/dlereah

 
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At 3:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a a sideline, Yun does not yet have a Wikipedia entry. As the Blog founder, David should probably have first crack...

 
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At 7:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As for the 'guy' drawing 'support lines' on an economic activity chart.... I think he is confused. Economic time series conform to different rules than panic-struck investors in stocks and bonds.

Guess he should keep to the ridicule game and stop tyring to say anything himself that HE might get ridiculed for...Looks like he is at risk.

Remember they call them 'smarty pants' because THAT's where their brains are

So you try making the forecast. How much lower smart guy???

...an anonymous economist

 
At 8:02 PM, Blogger Blackbeard said...

DUDE

In an interview, Mr. Lereah, now an executive at Move Inc., which operates a real estate Web site, acknowledged he had gotten it wrong, saying he did not fully realize how loose lending standards had become and how quickly they would tighten up again this summer. But he argued that many of his critics have also been proved wrong, because they were bearish as early as 2002.

 

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