Posts tagged ‘MMTJ’

Beanie Babies

Chris Robinson chose to direct a short doc about his family and their not-so-secret obsession in Bankrupt by Beanies. We spoke to him about the making of the film and their $100k mistake.

Bankrupt by Beanie Babies

Beanie Babies – Wikipedia | On eBay

How Much Beanie Babies Were Predicted To Be Worth Vs. How Much They’re Really Worth

Where should I sell my Beanie Babies?

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Ring Bell for Psychic

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What Education Bubble!?

Real-estate investors and developers, hungry for new areas for growth, are finding a lucrative and previously untapped market in these areas surrounding college campuses, one marked by low inventory, booming enrollment and an increasing appetite for luxury living.
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But even the best amenities won’t protect developers and owners if more students decide to live at home to save money, increasingly likely as students and parents cope with student debt. There is also the increasing availability of distance learning, which allows students to take classes without setting foot on campus.

Resort Living Comes to Campus

Ai yi yi yi yi. These are our future leaders? We are doomed. Like! Doomed! Like!

At Purdue University, parents can pay to upgrade their kids’ dorm room from no-frills to whoa, thrills.

The newest dorm at Purdue now features flat screens, free laundry, maid service, private bathrooms, and no roommates.

Purdue’s dorms usually cost $9,000 a year. But it’s $14,000 for the new towers. Some parents say that’s a small price to pay.

Trend: The Luxury Dorm Room (The comments are hilarious.)

Ha! This is another example of MMTJ – More Money Than Judgement

Also see
Number of 18-24 year olds in United States, 2000 – 2050

Number of 18-24 year olds in United States, 2000 - 2050, by Mark Schill, newgeography

Number of 18-24 year olds in United States, 2000 – 2050, by Mark Schill, newgeography.com

Shocking Chart on Tuition Vs. Earnings for College Grads, from Blaire Briod

Shocking Chart on Tuition Vs. Earnings for College Grads, from Blaire Briod

No problem, of COURSE all those college grads will get jobs!

But perhaps a far more important secular issue is the complete lack of pickup in the prime worker demographic, those aged 25-54, which in November dropped by 400k to 94 MM. This is a level first breached in April 1997, in other words in the past 15 years not a single incremental job has been gained in this most productive and lucrative of age groups!


Number Of Workers Aged 25-54 Back To April 1997 Levels

Workers Aged 25-54 (in '000s), from Tyler Durden, zerohedge.com

Workers Aged 25-54 (in ‘000s), from Tyler Durden, zerohedge.com

Whoops….

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