The market has fooled itself again. Instead of listening to this madness, sit back, stay calm, and follow the 18.6-year cycle.
The last time I saw an Eleventh Hour moment was 20 years ago. And I went nine for nine on the investments I recommended to my subscribers.
There’s never been a crash at this point in the cycle for over 200 years. Here’s what to look out for.
After the bloodbath of 2002, 2003 shocked everyone – except me and my readers – by starting up a bull market in stocks that ran all the way to 2007. That’s where we’re at right now.
Real estate and stocks won’t crash for years for years yet. There has never been a crash at this stage in over 200 years of following this cycle.
My 18.6-year real estate cycle tells me that the sky isn’t about to fall. And it hasn’t been wrong in over 200 years…
In the late stages of the 18.6-year real estate cycle, tech companies fall out of favor, and stable companies command a premium. This leads to a “credit competition” that will reach frenzy levels over the next several years.