BRICS Slapped Hard by China’s Devastation

It’s Really Bad for Xi & Co

You’ve watched the videos… Biden walking in the wrong direction, rejecting questions from reporters, mumbling, making up crazy sentences, or making a mockery of himself when reading notes from the teleprompter. The beauty, the sheer genius of America’s way of life, is that even Biden can sit in the Oval Office and the economy will still function like clockwork while the U.S. continues to lead the world comfortably.

The U.S. has a mountain to climb with housing.

All told, I have seven figures invested in many housing markets around the U.S. from Florida to Texas, from NYC to Colorado, and even California, and I can tell you one thing for certain: there is a major shortage of homes because builders don’t see who can afford to buy!

What’s happening is that large institutional investors who have access to funding are buying thousands of homes and renting them out to cash-strapped millennials who can’t commit to mortgages at 7%+ interest rates.

In the U.S., the median home price is $406k. The average monthly mortgage payment is north of $2,500 while the median rent is nearing $2,000/month.

This isn’t going to change, and it means that due to low inventory and very few sellers, housing will continue to be a frozen industry.

While that’s saddening and does have an impact on the economy, the real estate market is about 10% of America’s GDP, whereas China’s real estate mega-bubble approached 25% of their GDP!

Because of the incredible resourcefulness of the free enterprise system in North America, the markets will find a way out of this one way or another by creating profit motives, but how will China, a nation that cuts the heads off potential heirs to Xi’s throne and makes its billionaire businessmen disappear for months on end, exit their housing bust?

It’s unclear and in stark contrast to the U.S. Their housing sector doesn’t suffer from tight lending standards or shortages but from a lack of demand and oversupply coupled with leverage and debt!

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    We can sit here and write a long list of complaints about the performance of the administration in Washington, but the more productive behavior would be to understand how to:

    1. Solve affordability issues for the millions of newlywed millennials who are dying for a first home and need creative funding sources. Businesses that help these families will thrive!
    2. Stop fearing China.

    They’re an important political figure in today’s world and are extremely influential, but they are finding out that innovating their way out of the post-globalization slump they’re in requires free markets and not CCP top-down policies that can never match the wisdom of the free will of the people and their collective creativity.

    Forget the China you learned about for the past decade or more because they’re not on the rise. They’re thinking about survival in the new world that is shaping in front of our eyes, and they’re clueless for now…

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