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Boding well for the economy, the U.S. added 1.15M households in the year ending in September,...

Boding well for the economy, the U.S. added 1.15M households in the year ending in September, according to the Census Bureau - way higher than the 650K average over the previous 4 years. "In the depths of the recession, 3 households would turn into one, says Ara Hovnanian (HOV). "We've been waiting for this unbundling ... Demographics is destiny."
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  • Seth Walters
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    And it only cost 4 trillion dollars in deficit spending to do it. Clearly this is completely sustainable and won't have any consequences, as corporations batten down the hatches and hunker down for the inevitable meltdown... oh wait.
    7 Nov 2012, 01:28 PM Reply Like
  • td4ariadne
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    And all the people will move to the moon!. Of course they will need homes inflated or otherwise.You are so negative on HOV and surely you will miss the great chance to participate in the rise of the price.
    In 12 months it will close at $14.00

     

    Why? HOV has a history of bouncing back.
    7 Nov 2012, 11:32 PM Reply Like
  • td4ariadne
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    I love history and history is important, particularly for the new generation of investors who chase a few pennies trading daily and miss the great runs.
    7 Nov 2012, 11:31 PM Reply Like
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