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Published: Thursday, May 30 2013 10:12 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

LOL, what a fake and phony expose this article is. They are confusing inflated wealth and debt as net worth as a economic benefit. How archaic and insane can they get and really makes me wonder how illiterate the American people have become.

I think this phony story is put out by the white house treasury accountant to encourage people to "think" their inflated wealth has value and they should take on more debt to create a fictitious economic upswing.

Taking on debt is negative growth, and unless you own your $500,000+ indentured assets, this this artilce is fake and misleading and trying t make people dumber and buy more debt.

This artilce is a trap and should be disregarded as tripe and wasted fodder to fool workers.

To get any economic recovery or gain some wealth, get rid of debt, credit cards, debit cards, ATM cards and become cash and carry economy. Debt is no good and is no path to wealth. Dump the credit score mania, its hype to make you think you must have it to be able to survive.

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