Steve Roth to write for Angry Bear
Steve Roth is a serial entrepreneur whose businesses have ranged from book and magazine publishing to high-tech professional conferences to corporate services.
Steve’s publications include “Capital in the American Economy Since 1930: Kuznets Revisited,” an appendix to James Livingston’s Against Thrift: Why Consumer Culture is Good for the Economy, the Environment, and Your Soul. That appendix and supporting data are available here. Steve has been blogging at Asymptosis since 2004.
Steve is data driven in approach and has been helpful to Angry Bear and Mike Kimel especially. Now we get to sample the range of topics and posts directly.
Welcome aboard. I highly recommend youi repost the following post over here if its acceptable to all:
The Fed Always Thinks That Unemployment’s Not a Problem
Financialization and the Stripping of the Middle Class, in Twelve Graphs
Steve is a Bear today. Thanks buff.
Thanks Buff. So much to post, so little time… Pondering what my entry posts will be.
Great to be here. Thanks, Dan.
Your welcome. I really liked the Fed graph. It made me laugh – probably should have cried…these are teh best and brightest?
The twelve graph post had a lot I hadn’t seen. The one on % of GDP of the housing bubble really showed what was happening and why we still have ways to go before housing settles back to historic trends.
You could start with these two or something new (and exciting!) 🙂
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Welcome aboard Steve!!
AB, the place for talent. Welcome Steve.
Looking forward to reading your posts