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Can Americans beat the new economy, to retire with confidence and in comfort? There is little uncertainty about what’s ahead in the minds of many leading financial experts. They are pretty adamant that at best we are facing a stalled economy, if not a recession even greater than 2008. What threats does this really bring to Americans who are trying to save, and get ahead financially?
the new “normal” and
retire with confidence
and in comfort?
ahead in the minds of many leading
financial experts. They are pretty
adamant that at best we are facing a
stalled economy, if not a recession
even greater than 2008
CNBC reminds us that the “peak to
trough of the last 6 recessions has been
37 percent. That would take the S&P
500 down to 1,300; if this next
recession were to be just of the average
variety,” And forecasts “this one will be
Harry S. Dent who has
successfully predicted previous
crashes predicts this next one
will be far uglier than what
we’ve seen in the past,
including the Dow Jones getting
crushed to just 6k.
heading into a recession in 2016,
that’s if it isn’t already in one. He’s
walking the walk too, and has
recently shed billions in
investments which he believes
have topped out for this cycle.
already being effectively felt by
many savers across the world,
and Bloomberg warns that this
could simultaneously tighten
lending and working capital for
businesses and home buyers at
the same time.
Alter the Course of
course of economic and investment
performance for better or worse?
?2016 presidential election
?Fed rate changes
?Positive or negative reports on job, growth
?Stock market volatility
?How to grow savings and investments in a zero
?How to save enough when other sources of
income may be hampered
?How to ensure sufficient passive income for
time out of work, and in retirement
enough saved for retirement. Saving and
growing that nest egg through traditional
stock and bond portfolios seem unlikely
strategies. These assets may still have a
place in a well-balanced portfolios, but all
of them, including cash in the bank could
be net losers for a number of years.
Investing in mobile home parks
may be the answer for many. It is
the one asset class which Sam
Zell has continued to increase his
footprint in, even while selling off
apartments, office buildings, and
other business investments.
retirement planning include:
?Traditionally grows in line with inflation
?Can produce consistent income
uncorrelated to asset value
?True passive income and monthly cash
?Potential to perform well in both bull and
?Full suite of tax advantages
forecast environment, seller financing and
alternative financing is quite common in this
space. That could prove to be an invaluable
advantage during periods when conventional
lending is tight. It means the ability to leverage
and achieve asset and income growth, while
others struggle to stay afloat.
The economic and investment performance
forecast for Americans isn’t very sunny
according to the majority of experts. Even
stalemate returns can be a serious threat to
retirement planning. However, there is at
least one asset class which could prove a
powerful ally. Don’t overlook the advantages
of mobile home park investing.
About The Benefits
of Mobile Home