the time to share your knowledge with the audience and I are sure a lot of people will be enlightened and will want to look into this in more detail. Where can they go to get more information whether it be from you or are there sources that you recommend that people can go to learn more about this or to keep tabs on things like the accelerating mortgage debt and that sort of stuff?Steve Okay. I’ve got a blog site called defibrillation/blogs.
I also publish a column in Forbes magazine.I do it fairly irregularly because I’m too damn busy. So those are possible sources from me. The best source to look at to compare data internationally is the Bank of international settlements, which publishes databases. One on lending, including government as well private debt across countries. And the other being house prices across about.
countries.So that’s the best comparative data www.perthpropertyvaluations.net.au source you can find.Ryan Is that available to the public?Steve Yeah. It’s freely downloadable. You go to Bank of International Settlements and just search. Very quickly, you’ll find what they call total credits of the private sector.And that’s a huge, huge database. Very, very comprehensive database they just put together in the last year.
Ryan Do you think if I went to read that, I would understand what I’m looking at? O r, will it be a bunch of mambo jumbos?Steve, The trouble is the database, it’s a spreadsheet. If you download the spreadsheet with about rows and about columns. So I’m analyzing that for a book.
I’m writing right now, which will be coming out in September. I’ve got a few articles about that on my blog in the meantime and that will give the analysis of the whole thing.Ryan Okay. So, I would probably say the best place people can get information will be to go.
your blog and to get your analysis of it. And so, what was the address of the blog again?Steve www.debtdeflation.com/blogsRyan Okay, cool.