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Since 9.09 You Knew.....a lagging indicator

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January 16, 2010 – Comments (9)

You began to Feel by 11.10.9....

Now It Happens after 1.01.10

Food Shortages Coming, Buy Commodities : Jim Rogers 

U.S. Shopping Center Vacancies Hits Record 

Consumers are Squeezed as Inflation Outpaces Wages

US Apartment Vacancy Rate Hits 30 Year High 

Breadwinner Moms, Stay at Home Dads at All-Time High

Job Opening Drops as Hiring Remains Elusive

After Layoffs, Expect a Small Paycheck 

California Creditors Dread IOUs with Aid Plea Failing

California Downgraded by S&P

Recession Hits US Power Generation

links from dailyjobcuts.com

And you are being told the recession is over????????????

Rising poverty is a lagging indicator.....

Increasing hunger is a lagging indicator.....

Decreasing wages is a lagging indicator.....

Rising bankruptcies is a lagging indicator.....

Evaporating tax receipts is a lagging indicator......

Rising foreclosures is a lagging indicator.....

Increasing vacancies is a lagging indictor....

Decreasing sales is a lagging indicator....

Lower wages is a lagging indicator.....

Falling rents is a lagging indicator......

Higher defaults is a lagging indicator......

Declining electrical usage is a lagging indicator......

Hospital failures increasing is a lagging indicator....

Aside from Welfare and War....is there really any area of the economy that is growing?????

9 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On January 16, 2010 at 10:48 AM, alstry (35.44) wrote:

You can sit and Alstrybate all you like.... 

At the current rate of job loss and business closure....within 12-18 months, MOST of the private sector jobs will be lost.  However, based on massive leverage, it is likely the closing and job loss will accelerate going forward.....especially in the public sector as tax receipts evaporate further exacerbating the strain on the economy.

This is not conjecture.....simply the math of Concentric Contraction resulting from the Zombulator causing Zombulation.  And you are being told the recession is over????

2 Pizza Uno's in New Hampshire Closed

The Mahoning Women’s Center in Ohio

Clothing boutique Native Sun in NewburyPort Mass.

Pepperwood Grill and Alehouse

Carol's Cakes and Moore in Clarksville 

Uno's Chicago Grill From Kingston Independence Mall

Douglas Battery Manufacturing in NC Stop Making Industrial Batteries by March 31 - 90 Jobs Lost

Syms Store in Commack 

City of Lorain Ohio - 18

Eaton Corporation Sumter Plant - 42

Southern Connecticut Gas and Conn. Natural Gas - 67

Des Moines Iowa Public School District - Worst Case Possible 450 Job Cuts

Update: City of Reno NV - 30 Layoff Notices Today

Bank of America Bellevue - 50

Fetzer Vineyards - 12

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#2) On January 16, 2010 at 12:18 PM, ResearchLover (41.04) wrote:

Ostensibly, apartment vacancies are up because more people can truly afford a mortgage now that rates are at historical lows.

On the other hand, 09.09.09, a day that will live in obscurity.

 

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#3) On January 16, 2010 at 12:21 PM, ResearchLover (41.04) wrote:

What about the other stories?

http://www.ajc.com/business/six-flags-hiring-1-276164.html

Six flags hiring 1300 for spring season.

 Life goes on.

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#4) On January 16, 2010 at 12:28 PM, alstry (35.44) wrote:

That is less than last year as the contraction continues......and many of the jobs paying only $7.25 per hour....after withholding, few will be able to afford rent and food if they lived on their own.... not to mention of cost of getting to work.

The irony, if they actually needed the money, they would be better off on welfare and food stamps.

At some point...revenues to government will become so low that the life as we know it will change.....the only question now is how?

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#5) On January 16, 2010 at 12:29 PM, alstry (35.44) wrote:

Actually vacancies are up and foreclosures are up.....not a good combination......from any perspective as fewer and fewer can afford simply property taxes and maintenance, even if they own their house free and clear without a mortgage.......that is clearly the case at $7.25 per hour.

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#6) On January 16, 2010 at 12:36 PM, ozzfan1317 (81.07) wrote:

All hail and Glory to the Hypno toad

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#7) On January 17, 2010 at 12:29 AM, tsunamied (85.17) wrote:

All glory to the hypnotoad

 

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#8) On January 17, 2010 at 7:25 AM, MGDG (35.04) wrote:

Apartment vacancies have been rising along with home foreclosures as there is a decreasing demand for all types of housing. Inter-generational housing has been on the rise as a way to cope with current economic conditions.

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#9) On January 19, 2010 at 8:54 PM, ResearchLover (41.04) wrote:

Ah, so the way out of this mess is to bring the republicans back and stifle innovative leglislation that calls for a bit of corporate pain so that Joe the plumber can get painkillers better subsidized.

If you see how wrong that statement is, maybe you can start to empathize with me.

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