Blog/Real Estate

Why Has Farmland Exploded in Price? The Accidental Trend Correlation

  Most people have little idea WHY big money was targeting buying farmland in Canada, USA, and Australia. It was more than just Chinese investment. With [...]

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Technical Training Conference in 2019 & Spanish Real Estate

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong: I have a few question if I may. In the past you mentioned that you taught technical analysis for institutional managers before. Is [...]

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The Millennial Crisis

There is a serious economic crisis brewing that few seem to be paying attention. According to a new survey from Zillow Group Inc. (ZG – Get Report), [...]

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Tampa v St. Petersburg for Migration

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong: I have a question in regards to your recommendation from last year’s WEC. You recommend to move to Tampa, FL and I have been [...]

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Real Estate & Understanding The Role of Debt

QUESTION: Dear Sir/Madam Thank you so much for what you all do. I was just reading today’s Blog 17-08-2018 –  ‘ Real Estate – Leverage – [...]

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Real Estate – Leverage – Transition to the Reset

QUESTION: Hi Mr. Armstrong, Thank you for the daily blogs on world events with an independent analysis that makes sense. I find them better than investment bank [...]

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California Real Estate Peaks and Begin a Crash

California has joined the states with not just the highest taxes in America, but it has become one of those states that people are just leaving resulting i9n a net [...]

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New York Real Estate

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I listened to you perhaps a bit too late. Put my condo on the market here in New York City and nothing for six months. The realtor said [...]

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China’s Housing Boom

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What about the Chinese housing bubble. Why has this been so different in many ways? IX ANSWER: The primary difference is the simple fact [...]

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High-End Real Estate Starting to Enter Crash Mode

The high-end market in Connecticut is starting to decline. The hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller bought his estate in 2004 for $23 million. He had it on the [...]

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