I’m not sure if you already knew this, but there is an election coming up. And it’s kind of a big deal.
Whether you talk to historians, economists, political scientists, medical health professionals, climate change experts, or your local dogcatcher, the general consensus is that the stakes of the U.S. presidential election between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have risen to unprecedented historical standards. The outcome is likely to reverberate across all three branches of the U.S. government and—considering the central place the U.S. holds in the global financial system—the entire world.
But the fate of American democracy and the future of the free world aside, what does this fulcrum election mean for multifamily real estate investments?
During previous elections, we’ve seen investors become a little jumpy. Election years create instability in the stock market, and that uncertainty has a way of...
I woke up today, Saturday, at 5am and decided I needed to dump out my thoughts on Gold.
Because I’m tired of reading the same old bullshit articles from the mainstream media.
They don’t really tell you anything of value to help you invest or manage your finances.
So before you rush out and buy gold because Warren Buffet just did…
Or because the gold spot price soared past $2,000 for the first time ever, hitting a new record-high on August 6th…
Let’s just hit pause and educate ourselves for a second.
Breathe. Pause. Count to ten please. Relax.
I would argue that Gold’s recent price run-up has been caused by the global pandemic.
Which has put the world into an overnight recession. Heading towards an eventual global depression.
Followed by a long-term “K” shaped economic recovery. (Some things go up and others stay down)
This is a short blog post because a) your time is valuable and b) this simple universal truth as to why everyone in our Global Investor Alliance will succeed in building wealth over the long-term…
If you consider any field of activity where different probabilities play a role, the outcome is largely unknown because of the many variables that you cannot control.
Research has also identified a common trait among successful performers in any field, that they all value process over outcome.
Let’s apply this to investing for a second. Across the internet, you will see many claims by so-called experts and gurus in investing that highlight the outcome; you will make X amount in so many months or years. Rarely do they detail the process used to get to this outcome (hint: sometimes the claim isn’t really true and often times, it was a set of factors that aligned for them which might not align for you!)
Now of course the result or outcome does matter, as that is the...