Real estate

The Last Remaining Cheap Asset

Today we face expensive assets everywhere we look. So what’s an investor to do? Is there anything truly cheap anymore? Well, rest assured, there is absolutely nothing easy left...

One Man's Reality Check From "A Corner Of Flyover Red America"

"I live in a corner of Flyover Red America where you can easily read these conditions on the landscape - the vacant Main Streets, especially after dark, the houses uncared for and decrepitating year by year, the derelict farms with barns falling down, harvesters rusting in the rain, and pastures overgrown with sumacs, the parasitical national chain stores like tumors at the edge of every town."

Who Really Controls The Gold Price? (The Answer Is Quite Surprising)

To understand how the market determines the price of gold, we must first dismiss the economic principle of SUPPLY & DEMAND.  While supply and demand forces are factors in the short-term price movement of gold, they do not really factor all that much over the longer term...

It's Different This Time...

Throughout history, financial bubbles have only been recognized in hindsight when their existence becomes “apparently obvious” to everyone. Of course, by that point is was far too late to be of any use to investors and the subsequent destruction of invested capital. This time will not be different. Only the catalyst, magnitude, and duration will be.

The Main Highlights In Trump's Sweeping Tax Reform Proposal

There are two ways to summarize Trump's sweeping proposed tax plan: extremely amibitious in the grand scheme of things, with virtually no details. Oh, and one more thing: it has almost no chance of passing in its current form.

Baltimore Millennials' "City Life" Narrative Starts To Crack

If you piece together the puzzle, it appears Baltimore’s outlook for 2017 is bleak. Residential real estate prices are stalling and it appears that the millennial generation who bought into the revival narrative could be holding the bag.