100 million years ago, an icy rock approached the gas giant known as Saturn. Because of Saturn’s extremely powerful tidal forces, the icy rock shattered into trillions of small bits, which spread hundreds of kilometers before gravitating towards its pull, forming a ring.

You know these rings from childhood, but most of us have no idea of their size and scope.

There are actually about 8 rings, and some are hundreds and thousands of kilometers away from the surface of Saturn. The rings used to be 1,000x larger but have been either swallowed by Saturn or they crashed into it in the millions of years that have passed.

Only 3% of these rings are solid, and the rest are rarified gas and cosmic dust.

One collision some 100 million years ago has formed this famous structure that has been with us since.

One event can change the course of history forever…

In America, the 2020 pandemic reshaped the way people view homeownership.

It also changed the way people decide where to live, when to settle down, and what sort of life they want to live.

Home prices and shelter costs have gone through the roof partly because of labor shortages in construction, lumber costs, stimulus checks, and record-low mortgage rates, but MAINLY because people are willing to pay more to get their own place.

EVERYONE and their moms are telling you NOT to buy real estate right now, that the cap rates (cash flow yield) are too low, and that mortgage payments have gone from $1,300/month to $2,425/month, and this should frighten the hell out of you.

Housing looks expensive and unaffordable, but even with the median sales price at a record high of $398k, 59% of homes sell for MORE than their asking price!

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    Economists and YouTubers put out some crazy doom-and-gloom material. Granted, those show some compelling data, but it’s all irrelevant because they focus on behavior analysis, not what’s actually happening on the ground.

    They build these scripts in their minds, and I don’t do scripts – I deal with facts.

    The fact is that if 59% of homes are sold above their asking prices, that’s WAY MORE than the 8.3% we saw the last time real estate scared investors.

    I listened to the earnings call of the country’s three largest homebuilders, and they all say the same thing: Americans want to own again.

    After 2008, ownership meant very little, but it has since made a roaring comeback. Economists are missing this part.

    D.R. Horton says they practically don’t need to do any marketing to convince buyers; they’re already sold on the idea of living in their homes.

    In the past 78 years, since the end of WW2, housing prices have only gone down on a national level four times. In 1969, prices fell by 12%. In 1990, they fell 8%. In 2000, they fell 5%. In 2007, they fell 20%.

    If you’re waiting for a housing bust, don’t hold your breath. Just like people have been calling for the national debt to come crashing down on us ever since I got into the stock market nearly 25 years ago, it’s about facts, not fear.

    We’ll have slowdowns and we’ll suffer from hiccups, but real estate in America is on the rise, and 80M millennials are the primary drivers of it.

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