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SKIVT-L October 2008, Week 1

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Re: OT, More Droning, Sub Prime Lending Revelation

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BTW, do you recommend I sell my house of 10 years, in the current market, 
because the recent city wide re-appraisal increased the property taxes by 
$1900/year?

 "so much house..."   I can just imagine what you’re picturing in your head



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From: "Dana Dorsett" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 11:53 AM
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] OT, More Droning, Sub Prime Lending Revelation

> Feelstranger [[log in to unmask]] writes:
>
>>I wonder.  Is the extension of credit the root cause, or the need/use
> of
>>credit the root cause?
>
> <snip>
>
>>Today, a quality full suspension mountain bike might cost $4K - nearly
> 16%
>>of my (graduate degree, white collar) yearly after tax income.  Not to
>>mention that my Burlington property tax is nearly 10% of that same
> income. A pair of skis
>>and boots about 4%. A new car?  100 - 200 % So, I wonder if the root
> cause might actually
>>be slow growth on low, and middle, income wages, versus cost of living
> the life we were
>>raised to achieve?
>
> 'splain me how a high-end MTB or new pairs of skis/boots or new cars are
> so essential that you would apply a stiff tax upon yourself (AKA
> "interest") to acquire them?  (The car I'm currently driving cost me
> less than your ridiculous MTB example.  I never pay retail for skis,
> boots or MTBs, even though I arguably could afford to.)
>
> Yeah, growth in income has underperformed inflation for quite awhile,
> so?  Living beyond one's means never solved that.  Paying interest
> doesn't solve it either.  If you're livin' in so much house that
> affording the property taxes is an issue you may have to do the math on
> that too,  The world doesn't owe you (and never promised you) an easier
> economic life than your parents- deal with it.  It's not the cost of
> living the life you were raised to ACHIEVE so much as the cost of living
> the life you were (apparently) raised to EXPECT.
>
> Expect less.
>
> Live within your means, not your dreams.
>
> It's really not that hard, and you come out ahead in the long run.  It's
> not hard math (do they still teach math?)  Extension of credit isn't the
> problem unless its done in such a way as to dupe those who really CAN'T
> do the math, or allowed to those who simply take the easy money to go
> and speculate with it.  (Regulation & enforcement should be able to
> mitigate those, I s'pose.)
>
>>Actually, businesses seem to be in the same situation I think - seems
>>everything is done on credit -
>
> Some is, some ain't...
>
> For some the entire business model is all about the financing (eg. lots
> of car dealers), most not, and for some (like mine) it's fairly
> inconsequential.  Many larger companies don't necessarily need to be,
> but out of perceived convenience & low risk, have grown dependent upon
> the bond market to grease their cash flow.  Some of those are starting
> to suffer (eg., Caterpillar Tractor), if only a bit so far...
>
> dana
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Feelstranger
> Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2008 10:40 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] OT, More Droning, Sub Prime Lending Revelation
>
> Mike, you wrote:
> "Anyone with a pulse and
> without an agenda will tell you that lousy underwriting (i.e. low
> lending
> standards) was a key root cause. "
>
> And I will add the general use of credit - not just mortgages into
> this...
>
> I wonder.  Is the extension of credit the root cause, or the need/use of
>
> credit the root cause?
>
> For instance, my parents and their generation (your generation?) never
> used
> credit to buy anything - except mortgages.
> Even on dual Teachers salaries, cars, TV's, furniture, skis, bikes, etc.
>
> etc. were significantly lower % of yearly income than currently is the
> case.
> Hell, their first house was less than a years salary ($12K in southern
> NH).
> My uncle was a single income family of 4 and bought new sports cars
> every 2
> years or so.
>
> Today, a quality full suspension mountain bike might cost $4K - nearly
> 16%
> of my (graduate degree, white collar) yearly after tax income.  Not to
> mention that my Burlington property tax is nearly 10% of that same
> income.
> A pair of skis and boots about 4%.
> A new car?  100 - 200 %
> So, I wonder if the root cause might actually be slow growth on low, and
>
> middle, income wages, versus cost of living the life we were raised to
> achieve?
> Actually, businesses seem to be in the same situation I think - seems
> everything is done on credit -
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Nat
>
>
>
>
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> From: "Mike Bernstein" <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 7:24 PM
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] OT, More Droning, Sub Prime Lending Revelation
>
>> On Mon, 29 Sep 2008 23:33:50 -0400, Leigh Daboll
> <[log in to unmask]>
>> wrote:
>>
>>>Frankly, the lowest common denominator was the latest "Talk american,
>>>dammit" post.
>>>
>>>Funny, for an article that was supposedly "a refutation of my right
> wing
>>>drivel" i thought that virtually the *entire* article was on point
> with my
>>>prior posts.
>>>
>>>Should I therefore have pasted the entire article before I considered
>>>resting my case?  Hardly necessary.  Although I would have expected
> you
>>>would have read it, Mike, before you posted a retort.
>>
>> This confused me for a few reasons.  One, the reference to the lowest
>> common demonitaro was completely misunderstood or miscontrued, to the
>> point where Leigh's response was a non-sequitor.  Second, I hadn't
> seen
>> anything in my perusal of the Janet Yellen speech that validated
> anything
>> Leigh had said.  So, I went back and read Leigh's original
> intellectual
>> tour de
>> force OT: Transforming the West and then read the Yellen speech word
> for
>> word.  For some background, here is Leigh's post where he stated his
> case:
>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>> The sky just ain't falling for the 90% of average Joes who didn't
> wildly
>> overextend his/her lifestyle on speculative house purchase from an
> idea
>> they
>> saw on American Home Makeover.
>>
>> Life will move on with the landscape altered to place a renewed
> priority
>> on
>> basic economic and family-centric (read: socially conservative)
> lifestyle
>> as
>> the west adjusts to the fact that Chinese and Indian workers actually
> work
>> ten hours in an eight-hour day, not four hours in a seven-hour day.
> Same
>> as
>> the thirties, New Deal notwithstanding.
>>
>> Environmentalism, now that it has replaced socialism as the preferred
>> income redistribution ideology of the left (with the VERY EARTH at
>> stake!),
>> but now waaaaaay down on average Joe's priority list, will be
> resuscitated
>> into New Deal style make-work program, but will frankly have little
>> traction
>> of its own.
>>
>> Times will be really tight while the bills are being paid off.  Still,
>> everyone who buys in at 10 cents on the dollar will make a killing in
> the
>> future.
>>
>> Europe will not be in any position to offer any competition to the
>> economic
>> resurgence of North America (albeit lagging behind Asia's prominence)
> as
>> it
>> contorts itself inside out undergoing an Islamic transformation over
> next
>> generation.
>>
>> Discuss amongst yourselves while I marshal my thoughts and supporting
>> sources.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>
>> Let's take a moment to break this down into its constituent parts.
>>
>> 1) "The sky just ain't falling for the 90% of average Joes who didn't
>> wildly
>> overextend his/her lifestyle on speculative house purchase from an
> idea
>> they
>> saw on American Home Makeover."
>>
>> Well it isn't just yet, though presumably the other 90% have seen the
>> value of
>> their stock market portfolio fall by over 25% since this mess began
> like
>> the
>> rest of us.  The next shoe to drop (it's actually dropping already),
> which
>> our
>> Canadian William Jennings Bryan doesn't understand, is that of the
> credit
>> markets.  Spreads between LIBOR (the London Interbank Overnight Rate
> at
>> which banks lend to each other) and US Treasuries reached an all-time
> high
>> yesterday.  That means that money is rushing into the perceived safe
>> harbor
>> of US govt bonds while the price of money in the world economy is
> higher
>> than
>> it's ever been in comparison.  IOW, no one wants to lend a dime to
> anyone
>> right now, not even overnight, not even for the best of credits.
>> Regardless of
>> whether you call it the grease of the economy or the engine, either
> way,
>> your
>> car ain't running without it.   Wait until the avg Joe (non- Dana
>> category) tries
>> to get a small business loan, car loan, or a credit card.  Wait until
>> Fortune 500
>> exec not-so-average Joe tries to expand his company or refinance his
>> outstanding debt.  The unwillingness of the financial sector to
> provide
>> credit
>> to those who want it will bring every single facet of our economy to
> its
>> knees
>> in very short order.  So Leigh is already wrong and will be even more
>> wrong in
>> the days and weeks to come, especially if the rescue package fails.
>>
>> 2) "Life will move on with the landscape altered to place a renewed
>> priority on
>> basic economic and family-centric (read: socially conservative)
> lifestyle
>> as
>> the west adjusts to the fact that Chinese and Indian workers actually
> work
>> ten hours in an eight-hour day, not four hours in a seven-hour day.
> Same
>> as
>> the thirties, New Deal notwithstanding."
>>
>> Really?  I'm puzzled by this prediction in light of US economic
> history.
>> The
>> Great Depression was only the last in a series of dramatic
> crashes/panics
>> which occured roughly every 20 years for most of our history to that
>> point.
>> I'm fairly certain that the slow-motion relaxation of social mores
> over
>> the
>> centuries continued unabated in the wake of each and every one of
> those
>> crises.  I would challenge you to point out even a single example
> where a
>> more
>> socially conservative lifestyle became a permanent, or even
> temporarily
>> predominant (i.e. for a generation) trend in US culture.  More likely,
>
>> this
>> prediction simply represents wishcasting for your desired
> socio-economic
>> structure than any fact-based analysis of likely outcomes.  And
> setting
>> the
>> historical record aside for the moment, why would it follow that
> people
>> will
>> yearn for a socially conservative way of life when this crisis is
> over?
>> Are
>> people going to find God in the midst of their foreclosure papers?
> Will
>> there
>> now be widespread outrage at gay rights, abortion, immigration,
>> euthanasia,
>> and separation of church and state b/c of a sharp economic
> contraction?
>> Even if there were, would it not stand to reason that this would be
> more
>> of a
>> sign of temporary scapegoating than any fundamental shift in the
> belief
>> system of the American people?
>>
>> As for your analysis on the threat posed by Chinese and Indian
> workers, it
>> is
>> surely a threat to those of us with low skills and poor education.
> OTOH,
>> why
>> is it that the rise of Japan and the Asian Tigers (S Korea, Thailand,
> HK,
>> Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, etc...) didn't have the dire consequences
>> predicted then?  Remember all the books in the 80s about how Japan was
>> going to pass the US b/cof their superior economic system and our
>> laziness?
>> Oops.  While we can all aspire to your shining example of hard work
> and
>> thrift
>> (After all, this is the unstated sub-text of your posts on this
> suibject,
>> right?
>> That we should all learn to be more like you in order to save
> society?) ,
>> our
>> economic system and our existing capabilities as a nation will
> continue to
>> provide growth and opportunity well into the foreseable future.
>>
>> In other words, your economic analysis seems to be based on some sort
> of
>> simplistic, quasi-agrarian view on output.  Even using your example,
> the
>> US
>> can still grow and succeed while working less than our Chinese
>> counterparts
>> b/c the most important factor is productivity instead of hours worked.
>
>> Mr.
>> Feng can work as had as he wants for 10 hours by hand, but Mr. Jones
> will
>> still
>> be a more valuable worker b/c he knows how to operate the mechanized
>> combine and in 30 minutes can harvest just as much as Mr. Feng.
> Moreover,
>> Mr. Jones will get a better price for his output b/c he doesn't need
> to
>> sell it to
>> a State owned monopoly at less than market price.  He can also hedge
> his
>> exposure on adverse price movement, which Mr. Feng can't do, and he
> can
>> get cheap credit b/c he is able to borrow against the value of his
> land
>> (which
>> Mr. Feng can't do b/c he doesn't own the land).  This agricultural
> example
>> could be repeated in just about any industry you choose.
>>
>> 3) "Environmentalism, now that it has replaced socialism as the
> preferred
>> income redistribution ideology of the left (with the VERY EARTH at
>> stake!),
>> but now waaaaaay down on average Joe's priority list, will be
> resuscitated
>> into New Deal style make-work program, but will frankly have little
>> traction
>> of its own."
>>
>> This is so full of internal contradictions and pseudo logic that I
> don't
>> even
>> know where to begin.  Let me get this straight - with gas continuing
> to
>> cost
>> $4/gallon or so, you think that alternative forms of energy won't gain
> any
>> traction?  How can you reconcile this prediction with the fact that US
> oil
>> consumption is down 3% YoY with that noted Green radical GWB in the
> White
>> House?  Isn't it more likely that a coalition of national security
> types
>> (threat of
>> dependance on foreign oil), big business (don't want to lose out to
> the
>> stinkin'
>> Euros on green technology), and the left will push the US towards a
> more
>> energy-efficient future that is less reliant on hydrocarbons from the
>> Middle
>> East?
>>
>> Even if this weren't likely, let's take your prediction at face value.
>
>> You've
>> already foretold of a coming shift in socio-economic values to a more
>> conservative baseline.  This is consistent with your visions of the
> likely
>> prioritization of environmental programs.  Conservative change is
> coming!
>> If
>> that's the case, then who estabishes and funds these classic left-wing
>
>> "New
>> Deal style make-work program(s)" in the absence of popular or politcal
>> support?  And what will the people working in these programs be doing?
>> Erecting windmills?  Building solar panels?  Digging holes by hand so
> that
>> CO2
>> emissions can be sequestered underground? Enlighten us.
>>
>> 4) "Times will be really tight while the bills are being paid off.
> Still,
>> everyone who buys in at 10 cents on the dollar will make a killing in
> the
>> future."
>>
>> This is truly a brilliant insight.  Buy in at 10 cents on the dollar
> and
>> wait for
>> prices to go up, then you'll make a killing.  The only useful thing
> you've
>> said
>> here is that times will be tough while the bills are being paid off.
> In a
>> macro
>> sense, that's absolutely true.  The US has increasingly relied on
> foreign
>> capital
>> to sustain our economy b/c of our inability to save.  Thankfully, the
> Bush
>> administration is about over, and with it the massive swing in
> government
>> savings from positive to dramatically negative.  Hopefully, the coming
>
>> reform of
>> the housing market will help to encourage a more rational savings
> regime
>> among the average Joes when they realize that saving money, and not
> some
>> BS loan structure, is the real key to the American dream of home
>> ownership.
>>
>> 5) "Europe will not be in any position to offer any competition to the
>
>> economic
>> resurgence of North America (albeit lagging behind Asia's prominence)
> as
>> it
>> contorts itself inside out undergoing an Islamic transformation over
> next
>> generation."
>>
>> So this is after the adjustment period referenced above, right?  And
> just
>> so I'm
>> clear, out of roughly 590 million people in Europe outside of Russia,
> the
>> 23
>> million (4%) that are Muslim are going to create an Islamic
> transformation
>> over
>> the next 20 years? If by "Islamic transformation" you mean something
> akin
>> to
>> the proliferation of Taco Bell restaurants representing a "Mexican
>> transformation" of the US, then I agree with you.  If you are implying
>> something more impactful, you really need to broaden your choices of
>> media.
>>
>>
>> So let's go back to the top here.  No one really responded to your
>> original post
>> in detail perhaps b/c it was greeted in the same way one would react
> to a
>> psychopath who cuts off his genitalia in front of you - slowly backing
>
>> away
>> towards the door.  Nonetheless, his Lector-ness provided a link to an
>> article
>> that he alleged refuted one of your other memes on the role CRA
> mandates
>> may have had in creating this crisis.  You then post an excerpt where
>> Yellen
>> states that increasingly poor lending standards were primarily to
> blame,
>> and
>> you then all-but declared "mission accomplished" for so doing.  As
>> evidenced
>> by my response, I was a bit confused at this chest-thumping, seeing as
> how
>> Yellen's view that you quoted is the lowest common denominator for any
>> reasonable analysis of the roots of this crisis.  Anyone with a pulse
> and
>> without an agenda will tell you that lousy underwriting (i.e. low
> lending
>> standards) was a key root cause.  Hence, my confusion as to why you
> would
>> use that excerpt to buttress your case that CRA mandates were a/the
>> primary
>> fact driving this decrease in lending standards.  The passage you
> quoted
>> included no such conclusion.
>>
>> In fact, it appears that, yes, Leigh SHOULD have read the entire
> article,
>> as
>> just three paragraphs later, Yellen says this:
>>
>> "Before I turn to potential interventions, I want to make one final
> point.
>> There
>> has been a tendency to conflate the current problems in the subprime
>> market
>> with CRA-motivated lending, or with lending to low-income families in
>> general.
>> I believe it is very important to make a distinction between the two.
> Most
>> of
>> the loans made by depository institutions examined under the CRA have
> not
>> been higher-priced loans, and studies have shown that the CRA has
>> increased
>> the volume of responsible lending to low- and moderate-income
> households.
>> We should not view the current foreclosure trends as justification to
>> abandon
>> the goal of expanding access to credit among low-income households,
> since
>> access to credit, and the subsequent ability to buy a home, remains
> one of
>> the most important mechanisms we have to help low-income families
> build
>> wealth over the long term."
>>
>> Read that again, my friends.  That is direct evidence that Leigh is
> one of
>> two
>> things.  He is either intentionally misleading in order to better sell
> his
>> agenda,
>> or he is intellectually lazy.  Neither characterization is all that
>> flattering for the
>> good barrister, and should serve to remind Listers and lurkers alike
> that
>> you
>> must apply a substantial discount to the rantings and ravings from the
>
>> lunatic
>> fringe on either side of the spectrum.  Hence my confusion then, and
> now,
>> as
>> to why his case was even close to being rested.
>>
>> So what we have is an intellectually lazy and/or intentionally
> misleading
>> farmer
>> cum lawyer espousing a philosophy and outlook which seems to draw its
>> inspiration more from the "End of Days" series of books than any
> serious
>> economic treatise.  You, the reader, should be the judge as to whether
> any
>> case has been made, let alone should be on the verge of being rested.
>>
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