An economist’s guess is liable to be as good as anybody else’s.
Will Rogers, 1879-1935, American cowboy and humorist.
I had opportunity today to rib Peter Corbett about his AZCentral article about the “improving Valley office market.” Peter’s citation of self-proclaimed Airpark real estate guru Jim Keeley reminded me of the Will Rogers quote, above.
“We’re in the rear-view-mirror period,” Keeley said of the recovery. “It’s not in the windshield hitting us in the face anymore.”
Will was a classic. I’ve seen most of his films from the 1930s and he was a good actor. His son committed suicide in AZ I think.