a land where the bedrock of wealth is ownership, and specifically
ownership of real estate, it would be unfathomable to argue against
owning any real estate. It would seem counter-intuitive to further
proclaim that paying an ever-increasing amount of money for real estate
is further irrational." Read
U.S. economy has changed.
Yesterday, it was a rational industrial manufacturing economy. Today,
70% of the nation's economy is service-based; the U.S. currency's value
is pegged to creditors' faith in our ability to repay our debts instead
of collateral like gold; and consumer sentiment is a leading indicator
of economic growth.
a result, the most valuable asset of the economy is human capital - not
the traditional commodity assets like factories, warehouses, or inventory.
Our economic behavior advises clients on the irrational constituents that comprise service economies.
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