The Fate Of The US Housing Market

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In this video, I discuss the current state of the US housing market, as well as my views on how the Fed money printers will continue to inflate both housing prices and stocks.

Housing prices have gone nowhere since 2008 in real terms (adjusted for Fed balance sheet growth).

I continue to be extremely bullish on housing, stocks, and Bitcoin– not because the economy is great, but because we are transitioning to a centrally planned economy that looks more like Zimbabwe than what the US has traditionally looked like.

Not investment advice! Consult a financial advisor.

How not to run a country:

Zimbabwe stocks only go up:

S&P 500 normalized for Fed balance sheet growth:

Housing prices continue to skyrocket:

Fed is blind to inflation:

Lumber prices off the chart:

Housing prices adjusted for Fed balance sheet growth:

US debt clock:

M2 money supply growth:

Watch the Fed’s balance sheet grow:

US existing home inventory is very low:

Forebearance and foreclosure protections for homeowners will continue to be extended:

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