Wednesday, July 23, 2008

I'm riding high upon a deep depression

The idea for this graph comes from Bubble Markets Inventory Tracking, but I drew my own copy of it.

"Home foreclosures are up sharply in California" -- LA Times, April 17, 2007

That's not up sharply.

This is up sharply.


At 10:39 AM, July 24, 2008, Blogger ocrenter said...

love the redo, much more professional. =)

think you can help me with the graph's next edition when dqnews comes out with 2008 Q3 numbers in mid October?

ocrenter at gmail dot com

At 6:14 AM, July 27, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great graphs rj! I hope you don't mind i used them on my blog (and gave you credit and a link back) over at

At 8:45 AM, August 06, 2008, Blogger Evan said...

WSJ apparently picked up on your need for an update of the graph in this morning's edition.

I'll send you a .pdf of it in case you don't subscribe.

Oh.. and... we've met! ----->

At 10:34 PM, August 21, 2008, Anonymous soldat4800 said...

If you normalize by the number of single family homes and condominiums in California, it's probably less scary.

You can get a robot detector program that will help those gigantic digital archives figure out words that their OCR technology isn't recognizing -

It might make up for never finding any radio broadcasts from Far Centuri - if you have any pull with


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