The great real estate (non)conspiracy!

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Have you read anything recently about the startling real estate conspiracy whispered about among the shadowy figures behind the Illuminati? Don't tell us you haven't heard of the Illuminati - that super-rich organization comprised mostly of international bankers, their sole reason for existence being to control the mainstream media, workforce, education system, companies, banks, energy supplies and, of course, federal governments.

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Behind many good conspiracy theories stands the Illuminati. Stores of their stock market meddling are told loudly and often. But you rarely hear stories of how they've pulled strings on the real estate market to further their own twisted ends. Nope, there's hardly ever a good real estate conspiracy and that should tell you something: invest in real estate!

There is no real estate market to meddle with. The market itself (if you can even call it that) is about as de-centralized as anything can be. There is no physical exchange to manipulate. It is perhaps the closest thing to a fair shake you're going to find when it comes to investment assets. That's one of the reasons we at Platinum Properties Investor Network talk so highly about income property investing. We've seen it outperform the stock market time after time in our own investments.

What's more, it actually works better at creating wealth in the face of furious inflation. Don't try that in the stock market! My conclusion is that the stock market largely exists as the manifestation of a grand socialist experiment. It's all about transferring wealth from the have-a-little to the have-a-lot crowd. If you're investing in the stock market, consider your wallet one among millions of little ATM's that Big Money dips into for their never-ending cash flow.

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Charles Perkins
Charles G. Perkins, CPA - Burien, WA

Interesting how many of the welathy got that way because of real estate.

Sep 30, 2009 06:25 PM #1
Brian Griffis
Realty Choice - Springfield, MO

I think there may be some confusion here.  A market is simply an exchange of goods and services, so, sure, there is a real estate market.  There is not a centralized market, but that doesn't mean manipulation does not occur.  The reason prices have declined in the last couple of years in many areas is a direct testament to the manipulation of lenders, appraisers, and "flippers" who all drove up prices to unrealistic levels based on an illusion.  That is not to say no one should invest in property, I do, so I wouldn't advocate anything to the contrary.  However, real estate is a long term investment and is not right for everyone, especially those with short term needs. 

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