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Once a downtrend is in place for housing, do falling interest rates turn around the trend? I don't believe that was the case in the early nineties, certainly for Orange County California. The trend didn't turn around until mortgage debt-to-median income ratio fell to below the historic average.

If Fed cuts rates just twice we could see a re-financing boom which always bodes well for US treasuries, let's see if this happens again.

So, let me get this straight:

You poll the insane people from "Elliot Wave" and not the Fly?

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For Part 3 of our 2007 Financial Blogger Outlook, we asked participants for their thoughts on various economic topics. Sixty-two percent of those surveyed believe that there will NOT be a recession in the US in 2007. The average estimate for the price of oil at year-end 2007 is $67 -- $4 higher than the current price.

Bloggers are considerably more bearish on the housing market and the US dollar than they are bullish. However, the outlook for US Treasuries in 2007 is positive, which would be a big plus for the housing market. Please see the charts and tables below for more details on the blogger outlook. And be sure to check out the blogs of our participants by clicking on their links at the bottom of the page. We'll have one more post with a couple other off-hand topics to finish off our survey later in the week.

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