Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Who is Reading

Bubble Meter Blog uses Statcounter to track visitors to this site. It can tell from which organizations many of the readers are coming from.

Below is a partial list of which organizations readers came from:

Mortgage Industry
  • Countrywide Home Loans Inc
  • Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp
  • Capitol Mortgage Services Inc
  • United Financial Mortgage Corp
  • Vitek Mortgage Group
  • E-sec Lending Llc
  • Sallie Mae
  • Fannie Mae
  • Freddie Mac
  • Ctx Mortgage Company Llc
  • Provident Partners Mortgage
General Financial Industry
  • Visa International
  • City National Bank
  • Deloitte & Touche
  • Barclays Bank Plc
  • Bloomberg Financial Market
  • Avesta Capital
  • Raymond James Financial Inc
  • Capitalsource Finance Llc
  • Bank Of America
  • Moody's Investors Corp
  • The World Bank Group
  • International Monetary Fund
  • Mastercard International Llc
  • Suntrust Service Corporation
  • Painewebber Group Inc
  • Citizens Bank
  • Lehman Brothers
  • Hsbc Bank Canada
  • National Association Of Securities Dealers Inc
  • Goldman Sachs Company
  • Kpmg Llp
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Us Chamber Of Commerce
  • Union Bank Of California
  • PaineWebber Group Inc.
  • Credit Suisse Group
  • Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp
Univesities
  • University Of Chicago
  • University Of Maryland At Baltimore
  • East Tennessee State University
  • University Of Wisconsin
  • Villanova University
  • University Of Texas
  • Columbia University
  • Rice University
  • University Of New Mexico
  • Gallaudet University
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • University Of Phoenix
  • American University
  • University Of California Santa Barbara
  • Duke University
  • University Of Texas At Austin
  • University Of Illinois At Chicago
  • University Of Pennsylvania
  • Yale University
  • Georgetown University
Home Builders / Developers Etc.
  • Hovnanian Enterprises Inc
  • Peterson Companies
  • Pulte Homes
  • National Association Of Home Builders
  • Centex
Government Etc

  • Information Systems U.s. House Of Representatives
  • Federal Reserve Board
  • U.s. Securities & Exchange Commission
  • Library Of Congress Information Technology Services
  • U.s. Senate Sergeant At Arms
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Us Dept Of Justice (I hope you are investigating some of the fraud)
  • U.s. Environmental Protection Agency
  • U.s. Department Of Education
  • Bureau Of Labor Statistics
  • Bureau Of Economic Analysis
  • Bureau Of The Census
  • U.s. Patent And Trademark Office
  • Texas Legislative Council
  • National Institutes Of Health
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Library Of Congress Information Technology Services
  • Federal Reserve Information Technology
  • Federal Reserve Board (is that you Ben?)
  • Us Govt Hud Ofheo
  • Fema
  • Congressional Budget Office
  • The Pentagon
Real Estate
  • Access Reality Group
  • Realty Information
  • Alexandria Real Estate
  • Marcus Millichap Real Estate Investment
  • Weichert Realty
Media
  • The Washington Post
  • Usa Today
  • The New York Times
  • Gazette Newspapers Inc
  • The Kansas City Star
Other
  • Gartner Inc
  • City And County Of Denver
  • State Compensation Insurance Fund (California)
  • Booz Allen And Hamilton
  • The Urban Institute

16 comments:

  1. Good....Hey you Government weinies,
    CUT SPENDING...Quit wasting our
    money!!!...

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  2. David,

    I enjoy your blog and thank you and all your participants for the good information available to me a another wanna be first time buyer patiently waiting to see if prices will fall to a level I can afford.

    This may not be the right forum to ask ths question..but do you know anything about the Dakota Crossing development which is supposed to be build right off of South Dakota Avenue in NE near Fort Lincoln? The Pulte development has been advertised for about 9 months, but prices have not been set and the sales date continues to be pushed back. I can't get any information from Pulte, no straight answers.

    thanks

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  3. hey! I read it too...why isn't mine on there. Oh, wait I see it: Department of Justice. Thanks for the mention,

    Alberto Gonzalez.

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  4. Crap. I've been uncovered! Now everyone will know that I base all my decisions on the analysis of anonymous armchair economists on this site. Crap!

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  5. gov't worker worrying tooMay 17, 2006 9:47 AM

    I also work for the fed gov't and look here (lunch and breaks, of course). My concern is the economy and how to get through this storm with my hide intact. Gov't people have to be concerned about retirement too because our retirement is now 401k based and we do not have very good choices ov investment vehicles.

    I am an engineer and work hard getting paid to find ways to save money and reduce inefficiency. That is my job. I get good results.

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  6. And here I thought only porn shop jizz moppers like me posted to these blogs.

    Long after the last of the realtors is laid off, yours will still be an honorable and lucrative profession, sir. Huzzah!
    -- sglover

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  7. Some good names on your list.
    Don't forget these places employ
    people like us who like to surf and blog.

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  8. anon,

    don't know about that project on s. Dakota. I'll talk to my sources.

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  9. gov't worker worrying too,

    Great to hear we have people in the government trying to save money!!

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  10. I've noticed US DOJ browsing my blog as well. Big Brother is watching!

    Max

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  11. Those townhouses look just like the townhouse I rented in northern Virginia in 2005. Horrible place. The garages were so narrow no one on my block put their car away. My Accord would fit with about 6 inches on both sides and the rear. The first floor is much colder than the top floor so the place is never really comfortable year round. Only one- zone heating and cooling, and the heating is often a heat pump. Shallow closets. No overhead light fixtures in any room. Speaking of rooms—they’re small. Sometimes I thought I was living in a dollhouse. Yet these places were selling for nearly $600,000 in the summer of 2005 in the Fairfax-Oakton-Vienna area.

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  12. Add University of California, Davis to the list >; )

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