by Jim Goulding
AI (Artificial Intelligence)
COT (Commitment of Traders)
Dent (Harry S., jr.)
What may be concluded from this study?
People tend to purchase their 1st home at the age of 26 (start-up home). Then, at age 46, they trade up to a bigger size home (trade-up home).
This study shows how many people there are to purchase homes at those specific ages and sorts that data year-by-year from 1977-2043. The study shows the data both with and without immigration.
The study is a collection of data that may give a look into the future prices of homes.
The Housing Study (click to download)
This study consists of
how many buyers there are for homes, in the US. The study covers 1977 to 2040.
conclusions about the housing market and where its headed
population (annual live births): 1933–2001
population (decennial): 1790–2000
population (percentage distribution of the population in major age groups by country): 2000 and 2050
buyers pools for starter homes (1959–2027) and trade up homes (1977–2040)
housing: total housing units, 1965–2002
housing: total housing units as % to births, 1976–2002
housing estimates of total housing inventories, 1965–2002
housing projections for house buying 'pools' for starter homes and more expensive homes
Memory Techniques (mnemonics)
What is this section here for? Since 2003, I've been studying the affects the sun and the earth might have in trading. The research is extensive, as you can see below, and should probably have its own web page. However, I don't want to start splitting up data and placing it into different places. So, I'll load it here for now. As soon as time will allow, I'll load my personal studies. For now, I'm simply loading all the research I collected to complete my ongoing studies.
TIC Data (Foreign Reserve Purchases)
Yeild Curve (Bond Basics (C14)).ppt (Power Point Presentation)
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This page started out as a place to download many of the excel work books I made for my research.
It manifested into the page you see now. I didn't want to change the URL because changing URLs confuses people. It breaks a link they may already have bookmarked.
Moreover, I don't like links that are forwarded or redirected.