Friday January 24, 2020

The never-ending circle of boom and bust

Past mistakes can be avoided by making decisions some people won't like

2nd October, 2016
Karl Deeter

Housing, like any asset, has a cycle which we often choose to ignore at our peril. The most unfortunate aspect of this is that one cycle ensures the next. Busts lead to booms which lead to busts, in much the same way as spring follows winter, and summer follows spring.

One part of the housing cycle inherently feeds into the next. This is why I have believed for some time that far from being protected...

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