Certain pieces of land produce more value independent of labor... And this simple observation is key to understanding the 18-year land cycle. This, in turn, dictates the course of economies and markets.
The future is not unknowable. The rising and falling of the land market has been the most prescient indicator I have uncovered in over 34 years of research.
Being an investor isn’t easy. But it’s never too late to learn about how the markets work, how to manage your emotions, and how to tune out the noise.
Despite higher interest rates, inflation, and recession fears… the property market is still growing, no matter what the “big noise” tells you.
According to where we are in the 18.6-year cycle, Phil Anderson can pinpoint the right stocks to buy at the right time.
Amazon employees can now use their stock as collateral when securing a mortgage. Here’s why this is classic late-cycle behavior.
The rising interest rate environment is just what I expect for this stage of the cycle. And it’s great news for those who know what’s coming.