The concern over whether the housing bubble has burst is a constant concern. Most recently, a report on the rise in $100 million-plus homes on the world market caused pundits to fret about the bubble. Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz’s advice: Try to avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from sample sets that are too small to tell us much of anything.
The concern over whether the housing bubble has burst is a constant concern. Most recently, a report on the rise in $100 million-plus homes on the world market caused pundits to fret about the bubble. Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz’s advice: Try to avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from sample sets that are too small to tell us much of anything. Doug Griswold Bay Area News Group file illustration
The concern over whether the housing bubble has burst is a constant concern. Most recently, a report on the rise in $100 million-plus homes on the world market caused pundits to fret about the bubble. Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz’s advice: Try to avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from sample sets that are too small to tell us much of anything. Doug Griswold Bay Area News Group file illustration

Keep up your guard against bubble sightings

June 04, 2016 10:00 AM