Do you have any idea of just how tiring it is to always be right?
And before you accuse me of being arrogant… no, I’m not referring to myself.
Rather, I’m talking about the current 18.6-year real estate cycle.
You know what the mainstream financial media wanted you to believe about the U.S. and global economy all year…
Gloom and doom. And now that the year is almost over, it’s time for a reality check.
Recession vs. Reality
It’s not too much of a stretch to say I felt the complete opposite.
No gloom, no doom, no recession, and a clear sky ahead.
But why? What was it that provided me with complete confidence to say such things…and say them in public?
Even my readers wrote in with disbelief:
Hi Mr. Phil, have you checked the USA business cycle lately? Many countries are slipping into recession! Is it not tough to have such a strong different opinion? Your thoughts please.
– Angela O.
Well Angela… it’s my knowledge and trust in the 18.6-year real estate cycle repeating like clockwork.
It told me that 2023 was a year to be very bullish on both the U.S. economy’s resilience to overcome some near-term issues and the sheer scale of infrastructure and public works being either planned for or built during the year.
These investments will keep driving the economy forward.
That’s what my proprietary property clock says.
The U.S. real estate cycle turned over to “14” many months ago.
I listened, and I trusted that this would repeat like every other cycle.
And what did we just witness?
Shall I say it once again? This is incredibly bullish news, not just for the U.S. but globally as well.
It’s just a little bit of knowledge that one can only get by studying the land markets and their inherent effect on the economy.
I mean, look closely again at the above chart. You can see that since November 10, the markets already knew what the inflation numbers would turn out to be.
So if you missed out on those returns, then I’ve some good news for you.
There is so much more of this to come.
Editor, Cycles Trading with Phil Anderson
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