How to Recognize the Peak of the Market – Week 1


No one ever knows for sure that the market has peaked until they can see the peak in the rearview mirror. However, there are signs that one can look for when you are trying to just simply identify whether one is close to a market peak.

As we go through the unwinding of economic stimulus known as Quantitative Easing (QE) on a scale that has never been seen before in the economic history of the world, one of the signs that the economic cycle has peaked and therefore, land value are peaking would be the emergence of cracks in the foundation of the global economy.

In this series, we are going to explore several events that occurred in May of 2018. We hope that making you aware of this information will help you make decisions about your land portfolio.

It is critical to remember that land is the source of all wealth. Every product that we humans consume originates with land. Not all tracts of land are equal in quality and portfolio management requires every investor to hold some cash for liquidity. But historically, long term the best investment is land.