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Apr 29, 2021

Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American Financial Corp,, says that the increase in home prices is being fueled by low interest rates -- which increases purchasing power -- a lack of supply of homes and a generational shift of young families striving to get a home, all fundamental reasons for higher prices without actually inflating a bubble. Fleming also discusses why rising delinquencies aren't about to create a foreclosure boom, and much more in the Big Interview. Also on the show, Tom Lydon of makes a commodity fund his ETF of the Week, Randy Frederick of the  Schwab Center for Financial Research talks about a recent survey of traders and just how bullish shorter-term investors are, and Mike Liss of American Century Value fund discusses relative value investing  in the Market Call.