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Robert Shiller Interview: Housing Crisis and More

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Published on Jul 10, 2012

http://usawatchdog.com - Yale Professor Robert Shiller predicted the current housing meltdown in the late 1990's. Even though the crisis is now five years old, don't think we are at the bottom. When asked, "If the current housing crisis was a baseball game, what inning would it be?" Shiller replied, "Maybe we're in the fourth." Shiller recently said that home prices may not recover "in our lifetime." He cited the Florida land boom in the 1920's, where prices did not rebound for a "half century." Shiller adds, "There are a lot of long term doubts about home prices right now." If real estate does not recover "in our lifetime," what about the banks still holding it? Shiller called that a "dark scenario." Shiller says, "A lot of people have the mistaken impression that we must be at a bottom." He goes on to say real estate could go up in price but "There is also the risk of further substantial drops in home prices." Please join Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com as he goes One-on-One with Robert Shiller.

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