harry Dent published a book in 1998, The Roaring 2000s:Building the Wealth and Lifestyle you desire in the greatest boom in history." It was a NYTime bestseller. It said "there will be only a modest apprecation of home values, despite a booming economy." The boom he was writing about was supposed to be in the stock market. In 05, at the very end of the boom, David Lereah, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors, published: "Are you missing the real estate boom? Why home values and other real estate investments will climb through the end of the decade - and how to profit from them." His book, "The Rules for Growing Rich: Making Money in the New Information Economy was published in June 2000, just after the dot.com bubble, and said little about the housing market.

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