This post originally ran on the blog in 2009, when it seemed recovery was around the corner. Nearly 4 years later, recovery is still slow in coming, particularly in my sector of the economy, but we’re seeing positive signs everywhere, including the housing market. I wanted to revisit some of the principles that I published [...]
Earlier this week, Housing Wire ran a report that suggested mortgage defaults are not a good predictor of future loan problems.
Last January, we made some bold predictions for how the economy would do in 2010. Here’s how well we did in our assessments. What do you think will happen in 2011? Share your thoughts!
Five things to include in a layoff contingency plan, including an emergency budget, income replacement, and a long-term plan. Write yours today!
At any one time, I’m following 2 or 3 television shows. Three hours of weekly TV is plenty, so I try to stick to that limit. Right now, I happen to be watching Top Chef: Just Desserts (just finished with Top Chef: DC), the latest season of Flashpoint, and Discovery’s The Colony. A “Controlled Experiment” [...]