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First, I want to get this out of the way. Because whenever I post about how I’m doing just fine with real estate. I get a lot of people saying… “yeah but when stocks go down that’ll effect real estate…remember 2008” But these people don’t own real estate, and they don’t know what they’re talking about. So bottom line… it’s incorrect.

And data shows that drops in the stock market have almost no effect on home prices. In fact home prices right now during this crisis are right where they were before this woman started wearing a snorkel at Costco.

What’s important to remember about real estate is there is NO SUCH THING as ONE Real Estate market. Remember that what happens in crazy California, the least landlord friendly state, and a place I’d never invest, has no relationship to Texas or Tennessee, places I do invest.

So what I’m saying is that real estate will always be driven by location, location, location. I know it’s a cliche at this point. But cliches are always rooted in truth because housing prices and vacancy rates are driven by employment, supply, crime rates, etc.

The next thing I want to mention about real estate… and this is for all of my realtor friends watching… real estate values are insanely influenced by mortgage rates. And I don’t know if you saw the news, but the Federal Reserve cut rates twice in the last week. Now rates are at Zero. Zero! When rates go this low people buy houses. And that’s exactly what’s happening right now.

Now, let’s talk stocks. I have almost nothing in the stock market. I don’t invest in paper assets. And here’s why.

The stock market is built for Wall Street and day traders, not for the average investor. In the past week entire 401k plans have been cut in half. I’ve gotten emails from people who told me they lost 75% of their portfolio and they want to start investing in real estate. I hear you.

The stocks that I do buy are companies that we can’t live without. It’s just like my real estate strategy. People will always need a place to live, so I invest in real estate. With stocks I’d invest in companies that supply us with goods and services we can’t live without. Also invest in companies that can weather the coronavirus storm without government help. Your first step is to look for companies that have a lot of cash that are going to be needed after the illness is conquered. Your second one is to look at which companies have good dividends and decent cash flows that I think can get through this.

So where do stocks go from here? I don’t know and no one does. Yesterday the circuit breaker tripped again and halted trading because the Dow dropped like a rock. And frankly I think it’s pretty darn fishy don’t you? And it seems pretty rigged for Wall Street. One day it drops 1700 points, then the next day it’s up 1800 points. Something seems fishy as hell to me. That’s why I like in investing in tangible assets.


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