With mean income vs mean housing cost so high, P/E ratios still so far above the mean, a bond bubble…after crash/correction… what comes next? What will the next ten to twenty years most likely look like in the US? Is the breakdown in globalization and an era of deglobalization the biggest driver and force behind what shapes the next decade?
So lockdowns created the unemployment that created the foreclosure rates that created the eviction and foreclosure moratorium and bans that pumped the housing bubble.
.gov creates the problem, .gov “fixes” the problem by creating an asset bubble that creates another problem.
I have not heard anyone say the Fed is going to get the inflation under control anytime soon. Thoughts? Are we just going to be living with high inflation and collapsing global supply chains over the next few years? Just an era of deglobalization and inflation?
Can someone just tell me where to put my investments. @Zned help