Lombardi: Stock Market Commentary & Forecasts, Financial & Economic Analysis Since 1986

Should I Buy Real Estate Now

Many investors are asking themselves, “Should I buy real estate now?” When considering this question, several factors have to be taken into account. The first is whether this is an investment for yield or capital gains, and the length of time one has to wait. For yield, comparing the current rate that can be obtained by renting versus comparable yields on government bonds might indicate that it is a good time for long-term investors to ask the question, “Should I buy real estate now?” Ultimately, if you are looking for a short-term move, investing in real estate is obviously riskier. If you are looking to buy a house to live in for the next 20 years, this has a different set of criteria. Ultimately, you have to consider your own investment objectives and risk profile before making any investment.

Housing Market Remains
a Drag on Our Economy

By for Profit Confidential

If you are a buyer, the current housing market continues to afford good opportunities, whether as a principal residence or as an investment property. If you are looking for beachfront housing in Florida, there may not be a better time to buy than now. Then again, the housing market remains in a flux driven by high unemployment and record foreclosures.

The Great Crash of 2014

A stock market crash bigger than what happened in 2008 and early 2009 is headed our way.

In fact, we are predicting this crash will be even more devastating than the 1929 crash…

…the ramifications of which will hit the economy and Americans deeper than anything we’ve ever seen.

Our 27-year-old research firm feels so strongly about this, we’ve just produced a video to warn investors called, “The Great Crash of 2014.”

In case you are not familiar with our research work on the stock market:

In late 2001, in the aftermath of 9/11, we told our clients to buy small-cap stocks. They rose about 100% after we made that call.

We were one of the first major advisors to turn bullish on gold.

Throughout 2002, we urged our readers to buy gold stocks; many of which doubled and even tripled in price.

In November of 2007, we started begging our customers to get out of the stock market. Shortly afterwards, it was widely recognized that October 2007 was the top for stocks.

We correctly predicted the crash in the stock market of 2008 and early 2009.

And in March of 2009, we started telling our readers to jump into small caps. The Russell 2000 gained about 175% from when we made that call in 2009 to today.

Many investors will find our next prediction hard to believe until they see all the proof we have to back it up.

Even if you don’t own stocks, what’s about to happen will affect you!

I urge you to be among the first to get our next major prediction.
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