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What will 2016 mean for the economy and the housing market?

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Elliot Eisenberg is an economist who likes to make people laugh -- hence the name of his company, Graphs & Laughs. He's also a fan of brevity, as anyone who subscribes to his daily Econ70 blog can attest -- he summarizes the day's economic news in a streamlined 70 words. At Inman Connect New York last week, he condensed his outlook for 2016's housing and global markets into 19 minutes and some change. Watch the video: Please see the entire transcript of Elliot's talk below: Are you the type of person who looks at graphs, charts, economy reports and things? Boring. Well you obviously haven’t heard our next speaker making economics actually fun. Please welcome Elliot Eisenberg. (Clapping) Good morning. It’s a pleasure to be here. Wow. There’s lots to talk about. Chinese market, stock market declining, all that kind of stuff, but I’m basically pretty optimistic. I don’t see any real big problems in the economy. Let me begin by giving you what I think the...