Most investors mistakenly believe that the economy is based on the stock market. It isn’t. It’s based on the real estate market.
A return to house flipping! Housing data firm RealityTrac it has increased in 75% of markets across the United States in 2015.
The Aussie economy grew at 0.6% in the last three months of 2015 from the previous quarter and 3 per cent from a year earlier.
Australia, for one, does not yet have negative interest rates. And there’s plenty of development happening right here to keep the wider economy ticking along.
Wall Street is agitating to make it easier to get a loan to get people on to the property ladder and the ‘American Dream’…
The way we empower you as an investor to see the same opportunities we see is through tracking the real estate cycle, and reading the stock charts.
Most investors make a common mistake. They assume that the economy is based on the stock market. It isn’t.
It’s the wild speculation when property is booming that brings most investors and economies undone. The subprime crisis in the US is the proof of that. But Australia’ hasn’t been immune, either…
The yield on a 10-year US Treasury note is 2.071%. That means they’re going to have to put their money into stocks and real estate at some point.
The land price takes the gain of the improvements put in around it. Great if you happen to own a home in the area.