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The financial crisis – flowchart

Posted by markharrison on January 10, 2009

US Firm, mint.com have put together a lovely graphic that explains how we got where we are.

Of course, back in December 2006, I started predicting a US housing crash, and as long ago as May 2005, I started writing about the risks of being a landlord. I massively underestimated how bad it would be, and missed the knock-on effects on the wider economy, but at least I wasn’t saying “House prices never fall” – quite the opposite!

9 Responses to “The financial crisis – flowchart”

  1. The is the most brilliant succinct erudite explanation I’ve seen. Perfect delivery of the message you were trying to achieve.

    Well done!

  2. Great this “Visual Guide to the financial crisis”.It’s well done.

  3. Cool site, love the info.

  4. Manuel said

    Right!

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