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Many financial experts are forecasting an impending economic crash. Most recently, I saw an interview in which legendary investor Jim Rogers predicted the worst crash in our lifetime, coming either this year or next year.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m elaborating on what the imminent crash means for real estate investors. I’ll discuss how successful investors are repositioning their money in the market, and explain how current market conditions differ from the last crash. Please join me on episode 180 of Investing in Real Estate!
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In a recent interview, businessman and financial commentator Jim Rogers predicted that either later this year or next year, we should expect to see a devastating economic collapse. He explained that many investors should be worried, and he elaborated on the conditions of the stock market.
He explained that typically in the United States, we see financial problems every four to seven years. It’s been over eight years since the last crash, which Rogers posits is the second longest stretch in recorded history!
However, I noticed that he failed to mention something in his prediction—real estate! That’s because if you invest wisely, real estate investments are largely protected from economic turmoil.
In fact, even Warren Buffett recently began putting his money into real estate. In his overall investing strategy, real estate recently skyrocketed from 2% to 10% of his portfolio. It speaks volumes when business magnates see the worth in real estate investing!
On today’s show, you’ll hear the exact clip from the Jim Rogers interview. I’ll talk about current market conditions, and what to expect moving forward. Don’t miss episode 180!
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On this episode you’ll learn:
- Historically speaking, why is it the right timing for an economic crash?
- How does Jim Rogers predict the Federal Reserve will react to the crash?
- What can we glean from Warren Buffett’s recent financial decisions?
- How are current bubbles different from 2008?
- And much more!