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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 1:43 pm GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://thehill.com/opinion/finance/351153-the-federal-reserve-is-setting-america-up-for-economic-disaster
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https://www.bankerandtradesman.com/urban-institute-boston-may-real-estate-bubble/
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Every asset class is a bubble these days. Most investments will decline worse than real estate. Stay in cash and lose 3%-4% to inflation every year. You are damned if you do and damned if you don't.
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Real Estate Guy wrote:
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Every asset class is a bubble these days. Most investments will decline worse than real estate. Stay in cash and lose 3%-4% to inflation every year. You are damned if you do and damned if you don't.


Buy puts if you're so sure everything's overvalued.

Or, you know, do what anyone sensible does, and just invest in a diversified portfolio of anti-correlated assets.
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Every asset class is a bubble these days. Most investments will decline worse than real estate. Stay in cash and lose 3%-4% to inflation every year. You are damned if you do and damned if you don't


I agree. This is what happens when government manipulates what used to be free markets. America is no longer free. Big Banks are pulling all the strings. The Einstein Guest talks about a "sensible" person using a well diversified portfolio. Blah Blah Blah. Those days are over. Let's see how that portfolio looks in a few months. Given the degree to which excessively low rates have distorted values of every asset class it is my belief that sometimes "the best deal of all, is the deal you don't do". Be cautious real estate investors and buyers. This most certainly is not the right time. Free markets will win out eventually, they always do. Be patient.
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Every asset class is a bubble these days. Most investments will decline worse than real estate. Stay in cash and lose 3%-4% to inflation every year. You are damned if you do and damned if you don't


I agree. This is what happens when government manipulates what used to be free markets. America is no longer free. Big Banks are pulling all the strings. The Einstein Guest talks about a "sensible" person using a well diversified portfolio. Blah Blah Blah. Those days are over. Let's see how that portfolio looks in a few months. Given the degree to which excessively low rates have distorted values of every asset class it is my belief that sometimes "the best deal of all, is the deal you don't do". Be cautious real estate investors and buyers. This most certainly is not the right time. Free markets will win out eventually, they always do. Be patient.


So put your money where your mouth is and buy puts. You can call people names all you want, or you can get rich because you're so fucking smart. So get rich already.
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So put your money where your mouth is and buy puts. You can call people names all you want, or you can get rich because you're so fucking smart. So get rich already


Hi Einstein. Thanks for the advice, but I'm not seeking any. I'm comfortable in my current investments. I would never be stupid enough to buy PUTS in a manipulated market. No one can call when the return to free market basics will ensue. For sure it will, and that's when I invest. Good luck with your diversified portfolio.
Cheers.
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So put your money where your mouth is and buy puts. You can call people names all you want, or you can get rich because you're so fucking smart. So get rich already


Hi Einstein. Thanks for the advice, but I'm not seeking any. I'm comfortable in my current investments. I would never be stupid enough to buy PUTS in a manipulated market. No one can call when the return to free market basics will ensue. For sure it will, and that's when I invest. Good luck with your diversified portfolio.
Cheers.


Your cognitive dissonance is palpable. You claim that every asset class is overvalued, yet market manipulation somehow argues against shorting those overvalued assets. You know what, it's cool. The market is zero sum. A disciplined investor like me will take every dollar you lose.

My portfolio has returned 24% over the past year and 17% annualized over the last decade. Cheers, homeslice.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:00 pm GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

Interesting reading:

https://wolfstreet.com/2017/11/10/financial-markets-still-blowing-off-the-fed/#comments
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Your cognitive dissonance is palpable. You claim that every asset class is overvalued, yet market manipulation somehow argues against shorting those overvalued assets. You know what, it's cool. The market is zero sum. A disciplined investor like me will take every dollar you lose.

My portfolio has returned 24% over the past year and 17% annualized over the last decade. Cheers, homeslice.


"Cognitive Dissonance" are the "tensions and anxieties associated with post purchase". I certainly don't have that as I haven't purchased bubble assets. My assets were bought right under good fundamentals. I am content with my returns, and my equity is overwhelmingly satisfying. Good for you on your returns, if they are true. Keep playing with fire and we'll see.. I wish you the best homeslice.
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Interesting reading:

https://wolfstreet.com/2017/11/10/financial-markets-still-blowing-off-the-fed/#comments
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Good read. It's only a matter of time. Be careful investing now.. upside is minimal. Downside is of biblical proportions. Surely money can be made in stock market with select strategies, However buying real estate right now is a fools game. Prices will be coming down, even in our area. High end is already slowing down. Tick Tock.
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https://youtu.be/GM293AT9FV0
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