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It’s Time To Start Worrying About The Housing Market Again

Despite publishing cautionary posts about investing in the stocks, bonds, and alternatives at current levels, the biggest caution I should be writing about is taking out massive debt to buy property at record highs. If you lose 50% on your stock and bond portfolio, you’ll be upset, but fine. If your property loses 20% of Read More... The post It’s Time To Start Worrying About The Housing Market Again appeared first on Financial Samurai.
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