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Harry Dent – Next Housing Market Cycles Ft. Harry Dent

Author: Tomás Fonseca

When Harry started to study baby boomers, he found out how people can be predictable. Overcoming his Harvard studies and the traditional economist profession, Harry is taking the lead on his own exceptional perspective. Not the typical economist but still, Harry Dent establishes himself as an industry leader in predicting markets. Known as a long-term forecast, Harry already predicted what the majority was renouncing. Going from being called crazy, to genius. A road well paved by the genius, that ends up being right. He’s appeared on “Good Morning America,” PBS, CNBC, and CNN/Fox News. And now we have him on the Real Estate Masters Summit Podcast.

Harry joins us today to help businesses understand and profit from the economy we live in. It’s only with a long-term conscience that we can have a sustainable business. Questions like “Are we on a bubble?” cannot be answered with a singular Yes or No. Harry explains, using his deep knowledge of proven cycles and demographics, the factors around such questions as money printing, financial assets, or treasury bonds. The prediction is not one to ignore, Harry, states it will be the biggest lesson in finance history.

In this episode, you will figure Real Estate is no exception. Harry’s tendentious forecast needs to be heard by everyone around the Real Estate World. And you might wanna take action before it’s too late. 

Quotes to put in your pocket

“The financial asset bubble we are in is a much bigger threat than the debt bubble from 07’.”

“Recessions happen. They are as necessary as booms.”

“Money Printing is like shooting heroin”

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Tomás Fonseca

About the author

Host of the Multifamily Masters Summit Podcast and eXp Realty Mini-Series Podcast. Podcast whisperer and a smile producer, Tomás Fonseca takes his Portuguese sway into all of his interactions. I guess that's what it makes him likeable...or so he thinks. Tomás probably travels more than works, but we are fine with it.