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    Behind The Shine | 4/1/2022

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    Behind The Shine 4/1/2022

    A couple of weeks ago, I shared Ray Dalio’s video, Principles For Dealing With The Changing World Order. This week I wanted to share my latest YouTube video where I react to this video. I share my thoughts on how the United States appears to be on the decline of world powers while China’s world power is on the rise. This video is not meant to be doom and gloom but is meant to be eye opening to where the U.S. currently stands and what the future could hold. Be sure to check out the full video here.

    I’m excited for our next meetup event in the Sacramento area. Tickets for this meetup are on sale now! I’ll be sharing “What’s Working In NorCal In 2022?” With the quickly evolving market, I’ll talk about what strategies are working TODAY, the quickest ways to grow wealth, and what to expect in the coming months with real estate investing. Space is limited and this will be in person only. VIP tickets are available for a small, exclusive Q&A with me an hour before the event starts. Tickets are going quickly so be sure to secure yours today! I can’t wait to see you there.

    I had the honor of contributing to Bloomberg’s article, Homeowners Spin Soaring Prices Into U.S. Real Estate Riches. I share about my take on equity and using leverage. Leverage can be an extremely powerful tool that can propel some to success while others may abuse it. Be sure to check out the full article for more info on utilizing a refinance as a tool for investing.

    Recently, I had a question come up about how climate change could affect real estate investing. I want to preface this with saying, I am not the expert in this situation and I’m purely sharing some initial thoughts. My take on this topic is subject to change as I learn more. This isn’t meant to be political but more of a practical take.

    I see some similarities to the pandemic. We saw this when logically, it would have seemed like a recession was coming, the sky was falling, and you’d want to be cash heavy. Instead of looking at that perspective, I focused on human behavior and what people would want from politicians. Sure enough, politicians knew people would want money so they printed more money.

    I’m guessing something similar could happen with climate change. I’ve found that when a solution is absolutely needed, experts step up to find a solution. It seems like when something majorly goes wrong, humans are extremely creative when solutions matter to them.

    If one particular concern is that certain areas will be under water in the future, consider investing in a property further from the coast or a property that is built on stilts and prepared for flooding. Again, I’m not an expert on this topic but this is one example of how you could be more cautious with investing if you’re concerned with climate change.

    As I learn more, my opinion could change! I’d be interested to know what you think.

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