Robert Shiller: Housing Recovery Could Take 50 Years [VIDEO]

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Robert Shiller: Housing Recovery Could Take 50 Years [VIDEO]
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Robert Shiller: Housing Recovery Could Take 50 Years [VIDEO]

The U.S. housing market will likely turnaround, but Yale economist Robert Shiller thinks it’s going to take a while. Robert Shiller thinks it could take up to 50 years.

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