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Millennials are speculating on Tesla shares in a way that’s similar to how Dotcom-era stocks traded right before the BIG BLOW-OFF TOP. Greed is in the air and it’s always the rookies that get over-extended.

While I have personally been putting the majority of my hard-earned income in cash flow vehicles OUTSIDE OF THE MARKETS, millennials have been entering.

I have been diversifying for a year into:

  1. Fundrise.com: This is a way to invest in a portfolio filled with dozens of real estate projects based on your personal circumstances.

The investment committee has been doing great, as you can see. I’ve stopped purchasing single-family properties altogether. Why would I when I can leverage the expertise of professionals and own prime-location, highest-in-class projects, such as office buildings, storage facilities, and multi-family complexes that are far safer than any specific home.

Courtesy: Fundrise.com

Fundrise.com is only one of several avenues I’m actively pursuing, and I’ll showcase a number of additional ones in the days ahead.

Unlike the public markets, where hedge fund managers can charge obscene fees even if they grossly underperform the indices, and even when they’re personally bearish, the transparency of these platforms is very legit.

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In 2019, for example, the top 15 highest-earning hedge fund magnates generated annual compensation of over $400M each. To help that sum sink in, they brought home over $1M every day, including weekends.

Even so, only five of these titans beat the S&P 500!

Paying a manager 20% of your profits at the same time as a no-fee index fund GETS THE UPPER HAND must feel like hell.

Courtesy: Zerohedge.com

Those CEOs and upper management executives aren’t waiting for the music to stop to REALIZE gains – they’re rushing for the exit doors as fast as Usain Bolt on the 100-meter relay.

For 11 years effective this upcoming March, the markets have been going up. When prices go up at the same time as earnings do, the multiples remain fair. This isn’t what’s happening; the valuations are SO STRETCHED that the future returns are almost guaranteed to be flat.

Check out what history is telling us about the coming decade:

Courtesy: Zerohedge.com

Statistics say that we are due for a big correction and a slow rebound. History suggests that only in 2031 will indices go back to these prices after the crash.

It would be interesting to see if this actually occurs since interest rates are so low that stocks are, indeed, more valuable than ever before.

Insiders are moving away from stocks. Valuations are expensive. Millennials are day-trading Tesla while thinking this profession is a piece of cake. Payback’s a BI**H!

Best Regards,

James Davis
FutureMoneyTrends.com

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