Fritz Pfister

Posted January 11, 2014

Do these sales numbers indicate we have turned a corner in housing? Not in my opinion. We seem to be stuck in the perpetual headed in the right direction mode, made famous by the running in place Obama economy.

Posted December 06, 2013

Over one million people are about to lose their extended unemployment benefits which would send the unemployment rate plunging when they are no longer counted. Wow what an amazing job of lowering the rate!

Posted November 22, 2013

Isn't it odd how 7 of 8 jobs created have been part time since the 30 hour mandate in Obamacare was announced? Odd how the economy hasn’t recovered? Odd we were told the economy was at risk of going into recession if the government shutdown but jobs and retail sales went up during the shutdown? Isn't it odd that. . . .

Posted November 16, 2013

Keep an eye on consumer confidence now that President Obama has shattered what remained of the trust people could place in him.

Posted November 08, 2013

Rising from the ashes to a modest recovery, jobs remain the key to housing. The problem is the recovery has been based upon fleeting and temporary influences and not upon solid, identifiable organic growth through natural market forces.

Posted October 24, 2013

Barack Obama trying to blame the poor economy on the shutdown was like Al Capone blaming the St. Valentines’s Day Massacre on Valentine’s Day.

Posted September 27, 2013

The Case Schiller home price report came out this past week and was up over 12% again but this is not the good news as it appears.

Posted September 20, 2013

Obama 2010- “If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. Like your insurance? You can keep your insurance, and your cost will go down on average by $2,500.”

Posted September 13, 2013

Things are seldom as they appear. It was reported this month in USA Today : “Spending on U.S. construction projects rose in July, led by strong gains in housing and nonresidential projects.”

Posted August 30, 2013

The purported housing recovery was based upon the manipulation of interest rates by the Fed, and inventory manipulation by the withholding of millions of foreclosures from the market, and not upon organic growth.

Posted August 24, 2013

Friday, President Obama said Republicans are spending too much time trying to repeal Obamacare, adding "that won’t create jobs, that won’t help the middle class, and that won’t build ladders to the middle class."

Posted August 23, 2013

Now comes indoctrination through government programs compliments of a lawless Obama administration. The Imperial president rewrites settled law without a peep from the purported caretakers of the people, the media.

Posted August 17, 2013

Please allow me to share a little secret with the Harvard eggheads, ruling elite, and otherwise unfamiliar with the real world White House policy makers; the economy can’t recover until housing recovers, and neither can recover until the job market recovers.

Posted August 13, 2013

While closing twenty-one U.S embassies (effectively placing shiny objects to distract the media from the NSA, IRS, & Benghazi scandals), Obama found time, while golfing for seven hours, to prepare his Fannie and Freddie speech in Arizona on August 6.

Posted August 04, 2013

Have no fear Bernanke is here! Again!

Posted July 27, 2013

I apologize for the cheering crowd at Knox College in Illinois. Seems the mass exodus from Illinois (Ala Detroit) left behind the economically challenged, and liberally indoctrinated; although a group of them did end up in the White House.

Posted July 12, 2013

There’s the millions of foot soldiers who produce nothing but are charged with obstructing those who do produce something. Ask the home builders about the legions of bureaucrats.

Posted July 08, 2013

The first time home buyer has always been the most important buyer in the market, at least to main street American families. The first time home buyer starts the dominoes falling for larger purchases.

Posted June 30, 2013

Aren’t 476,000 new home sales only 40% to 50% of ‘normal’? Sounds like Ms. Breathless is making an optimistic sandwich without any meat.

Posted June 21, 2013

When the youth of America begins to realize the farcical media and misleading central planners in the government are not honest brokers of information the tide may turn away from the appealing progressive propaganda which is nothing more than an assault upon our economy, and Constitution.


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