Bubble Trouble? Here’s How To Navigate It

Higher borrowing costs are already slamming the brakes on real estate. For example, a few months ago, one might be able to get a 30-year mortgage at 3%. That mortgage has catapulted all the way up to 5%. The difference between borrowing $500,000 at 3% and borrowing it...

Inverted Thinking

Rising interest rates? Check. Geopolitical tensions? Check? Inverted yield curve? Check. According to the research firm, CFRA, these factors alone are highly likely to be accompanied by a stock bear. When a recession has developed within 12 months of these items,...

Will the Walls Come Crumbling Down?

The 2022 stock bubble is well-documented. Yet, what about the present-day real estate balloon? For instance, home prices are bounds and leaps beyond anything seen in the mid-2000s insanity. To make sense of the true dollars, however, one has to adjust for inflation....

Sputtering Stock Train

The Federal Reserve added $5 trillion to its balance sheet to battle the Covid-19 pandemic. That’s a whole lot of digital money creation in a matter of months. In actuality, the Fed started to print money digitally to manage the fallout from 2008’s...

How Much Can You Bear?

The Dow and the S&P 500 have only closed in correction territory. Specifically, the mainstream indexes have only experienced top-to-bottom price declines of 10%-13%. Underneath the surface, one half of S&P 500 components (250 companies) have plummeted more...