We are in a huge housing bubble ad when it bursts, it could make 2008 look like child’s play. Lumber prices are at record highs as people flee the big cities looking for more privacy and peace away from the urban lifestyle.
Many mainstream media sites are blaming high lumber prices on demand only and say it is due to the spike in home renovations. But the coronavirus closures of mills and other plants probably did not help. This problem is actually all encompassing, and we cannot solely blame it on a handful of people trying to spend money they don’t have to renovate their homes.
Another major concern besides supply, is inflation. I would be surprised if you have yet to notice how high prices have gotten at the grocery store, but food is not the only thing rising rapidly. As the Federal Reserve continues to create more fiat currency, the cost of goods and services will continue to rise. This is inflation. Everyone wants a piece of the growing money supply. Of course, we don’t actually have more money. There are simply more digits on the screen.
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Inflation is all around us and sooner or later it will be reflected in the CPI (consumer price index). However, the CPI Index, as I’ve explained before was changed under the Clinton administration to allow hedonic adjustments and changes to allow inflation to remain low, and keep interest rates low, which will allow everyone to buy a house. But the problem is that as house prices are going through the roof as people move from urban areas to suburban areas, and suburban areas to rural areas, the supply of housing remains low. That means prices remain high.
It is all an economic circle, and at come point this house of cards, pardon the pun, will come crashing down. Not to mention the Federal Reserve will be able to bring it down when they want to make sure private property is a thing of the past.
This debt-based system is not working well, and even though we go through crash after crash, and bubble after bubble, those in power do not stop. They will not stop.
Your best bet? Gold or silver. Precious metals will always be a hedge against inflation. They are real tangible assets that can be held in your hands. Nothing can beat precious metals when it comes to barter either. And the way things are going, that’s a skill we will all eventually need.
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