Quantitative Easing (Part 2), that is.
I'm no economist - thank my lucky stars - but I figure any sort of quantitative easing ends up sooner or later as inflation. And that's good for all of us. Because people naturally want to believe that tangible assets like real estate will become more valuable over time - scarcity and rationality be damned.
These beliefs become self-fulfilling prophecies, so we the people actually have the ability to choose a future in which tangible assets appreciate. And since I believe that the Fed can't not debase our currency, I am buying real estate again. Care to join me?