The Dollar is NOT Going to Hyperinflate... But This Will Happen

Monday, June 14

The Fed has made the money printer go BRR like there's tomorrow for over a year now. And without a question, inflation is here and getting worse. But hyperinflation is much, much more than just high inflation, it's a currency death spiral that usually happens at the end of a regime. The United S...


The Dollar is NOT Going to Hyperinflate... But This Will Happen

Thursday, June 10

The Fed has made the money printer go brrr like there's tomorrow for over a year now. And without a question, inflation is here and getting worse. But hyperinflation is much, much more than just high inflation, it's a currency death spiral that usually happens at the end of a regime. The United ...


Inflation is Already Here

Tuesday, June 08

They're lying to you. The CPI says inflation is only 2.6 percent, higher than it's been in a while, but still pretty reasonable. We're here to tell you that's not the case. Something like a quarter of the money in circulation was printed last year. Turns out you can't increase the money supply b...


Cryptocurrencies Are Godawful... (currencies that is)

Monday, June 07

After the Crypotpocaplyse or Cryptogeddon or whatever you call it, it's worth discussing the viability of cryptocurrencies; be it Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin or whatever altcoin you prefer. The evidence is in: Cryptocurrencies don't make for good currencies. They are waaaaaaayyyyyyyyy t...


How to Invest in Real Estate Out-Of-State (if you must)

Thursday, June 03

Buying properties out-of-state (or even out-of-country) is a pretty common thing these days. And in some markets, we completely understand. If you want to buy and hold real estate, it's not easy to do in San Francisco or Manhattan. That being said, it's not a cakewalk to buy properties out-of-st...


Why Lumber is So Ridiculously Expensive Right Now

Monday, May 31

Turns out supply and demand is undefeated. Supply of lumber is down because of the reduced capacity of lumber mills during the lock-downs and trade conflicts with Canada while demand for housing is up due to less-than-normal building after the 2008 financial crisis and a slowdown in construction...