A 14 Year Argument Leads To The Creation Of A
Brand New Real Estate Investment Tool
It’s a simple point I’ve been making for years:
Targeting homes in low-cost markets doesn’t make you wealthy… the health of the market that you target is what makes you wealthy.
Lower-cost homes are low-cost for a reason…
There are two ways to analyze any market; by its ‘Fundamental’ attributes or by its ‘Technical’ charts.
With the advent of personal computing and the internet, TA has become the dominant methodology for predicting stock, bond, commodity and currency market cycles worldwide.
TA is used by ALL major investment banks and international trading desks as the underlying basis for TRILLIONS of dollars in DAILY investment transactions.
Charts showing the annual appreciation or decline in real estate values over time are visual snapshots of Supply & Demand forces in action. Technical Analysis (TA) relies on these charts because they accurately reflect what ACTUALLY happened.
ANY and ALL Fundamental factors that can and did influence real estate values in THAT market,
The STAR momentum indicators show the ‘energy’ behind any market. For a sustained up-cycle, it MUST be supported by momentum. Market Psychology influences momentum but is not the only driver.
The first step in locating investment candidates is evaluating the STAR indicators. Each of the six ‘triggers’ represent a distinct Technical Analysis (TA) ‘event.’
The left-most columns are Short-Term triggers and carry far less significance than the Long-Term indicators on the right.
The TAPS (Technical Analysis Point Score) indicator is an easy to understand, graphical way to show the results of complex Technical Analysis (TA) ‘Studies.’
The simple ‘slider ball’ can move a total of five notches starting from far left (Weak) to far right (Strong).
If the ball position has moved since the prior period,
Risks You Can’t Afford…
Imagine piling your family into your car in the middle of a cold, dark, rainy night then speeding down a twisting mountain road, never turning on your headlights, or buckling their seat belts.
You’d NEVER consider doing that, not even for a second; it’d be irresponsible and just plain crazy.
Ever since there’ve been markets and cycles, investors have been trying to predict what’s going to happen next. You can reap huge rewards if you get that one piece of information correct.
Trillions of dollars and billions of man-hours have been spent over the last 100 years trying to figure out how to best predict market cycles.
You Would Never Believe What I’m About to Show You (Were it not for the Indisputable Evidence.)
By now, you hopefully understand the difference between forced and automatic appreciation. If not, click here and I’ll explain it all.
Automatic appreciation requires NO special real estate skills.
It has UNLIMITED acquisition candidates.
It’s All About Knowing When to Sit Out THIS Part of the Dance.
If you followed my Las Vegas Illustration, you would know that compared to investing in Vegas real estate, even if you sat on the couch eating potato chips for all of the 80’s and 90’s – you still did much,
In case you missed it, you may want to check out the Vegas Article before reading this as we will be working from that example.
Have you ever heard the expression, “Sooner or later, even a broken clock is right twice a day?”
That’s how most folks go about real estate investing.
Their Investing ‘Strategies’ And How It’s The Exact Opposite Of How You Build Lasting Wealth
All appreciation is NOT the same. And it’s not all equal, despite the way everyone from the experts to the financial news guys throw around the term. The truth is when it comes to real estate there are two types of appreciation:
Forced and Automatic.
600 Lb. Gorilla Loses His Shirt (And You and His Investing Students Will Too If You Miss This One Key)…
Part 1 of 2
Just take a good look around… many of the real estate gurus still espousing those old methods are losing properties and going out of business right and left.