By: Joshua Gayman
seriously ya’ll this has nothing to do with politics, only finance…
in response to all of the comments posted about how a gallon of gas was $1.81 or whatever when Obama took office: How about a gallon of gas hit $4.00 in 2007 when Bush(a Republican) was in office.
Economics lesson: when currency falls, commodities rise.
Thus, if you want to blame any one party or person for the price of oil rising, blame the central bankers ie: the Fed and the ECB(european central bank). They run BOTH parties anyways!!!
Until we think rationally TOGETHER(ie: both parties thinking of ways to work together to achieve a common goal of a higher quality of life for our nation and future generations), we are going to continue to get run over by the ultra rich and social elite.
From my RE blog!
Originally posted on MyPadAZ:
By now most of us have a decent understanding of how the subprime mortgage mess came to a meltdown.
Easy money caught up with us when borrowers could no longer afford their minimum payments, which were usually their mortgages, which had been refinanced(or leveraged with home-equity loans) to pay off unsecured credit cards which had been used to finance liabilities like cars, boats, college, home improvements etc.
But can you really blame someone for being handed easy money?
I mean think about it.. The media pushes the message because it is bought and paid for, just like the political parties and currency systems, and by the same people.
The message is to spend money you don’t have.
The government does that, why shouldn’t you?
And now, four years past Ground Zero of the recession, and easy money is still available. How can this be? And who can still qualify?
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Phoenix housing boomed with the housing market and then crashed hard with the subprime mortgage crisis. Now things are looking up again in the state. It seems as though when the national markets go up, Phoenix goes higher, and when they go down, Phoenix goes lower..
This makes Phoenix one of, if not, THE best place to invest in real estate. You can buy properties for cheap when the market is rough, then rent them for amazing cash flow and tax breaks, all the while riding it out to realize some significant gains from appreciation.
Phoenix is volatile, but for the cash flow investor, that’s good news!
I have noticed lately it seems gas is most expensive in Ritzville and in the Hood. Life seems to be the same way – the rich and the poor stimulate the economy. Rather ..the rich and the poor are the economy, or so it seems. And the middle class always seems to find a way to separate themselves from it just a simple observation today..
Okay I’m not saying the middle class are not actuall part of the economy honestly that would be foolish. I’m just saying it seems that the rich buy the asset that the poor spend money on which are liabilities to the poor. The middle-class, the real middle-class, which is greatly shrinking and for the reasons I am talking about here(that and they are at or approaching retirement), stash their cash and avoid paying interest. In an economy that is entirely built on debt, very little is contributed financially outside of the fractional reserve dollars that they create by holding their money in savings. However, the real value created by these people is usually very high when you look at the quality of workmanship they produce in the small business sector. The rich and the government however beat the hell out of them. We have been seeing this especially in recent years with this bloodbath of the middle class.