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Is Brian Brady the Easter Bunny?

No – he’s better.  Hey, do the Easter Bunny’s eggs tell us what the future has in store?  No, they just keep us busy looking for something that benefits us not at all.  Brian, on the other hand, is not only as sweet as candy, but he actually does give us a glimpse into what’s coming next.  He recently did it again.  This is a clip of Brian on a local television news show about two weeks ago.  Check out what he says around 1:50 into the clip.  If I didn’t know better, I’d say he just warned us that the US ability to borrow money – it’s credit worthiness – is in imminent danger.

And here, two weeks later, the Wall Street Journal reports on S&P’s decision to… downgrade their outlook on US creditworthiness from “Stable” to “Negative”.

If only we could impose on Brian to play a little Santa Claus next.  Maybe we’d all end up with more than an economic lump of coal in our stocking this year…

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  • 4 comments

    4 Comments so far

    1. Brian Brady April 24th, 2011 1:28 am

      You’re too kind. I didn’t have to reach too far into my basket to pull out that rotten egg.

    2. Don Reedy April 25th, 2011 7:04 am

      “Faster than speeding bullet. More powerful than a locamotive. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.”

      Superman? Easter Brunny? Nostrabradius?

      No, it’s just the guy I met seems a long time ago; a man Google still calls “Americas #1 Mortgage Broker.”

      To me, Brian’s no less the superhero now that you’ve unmasked him, Sean….but thanks for doing so.

    3. Don Reedy April 25th, 2011 7:13 am

      By the way, for any of you who would like to get a little of Brian Brady’s wisdom for free, here’s a link to his Mortgage Rates Report. Or, if you’d like, follow Brian on Twitter.

    4. Mark Jacobs April 26th, 2011 6:54 am

      You can only spent so much money you don’t have..