How to keep the market safe as housing market rebounds
The housing market is rebounding after a decade of market turbulence, but there are signs that some market participants aren’t as confident as they used to be.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 8.8% so far this year, the S&P 500 is up 6.3%, the Nasdaq Composite is up 15.3%.
These gains are far above what they were in 2016, when the housing market was in the midst of a massive housing bubble and was hit hard by the 2008 financial crisis.
There have been signs that there may be a lot more optimism for the housing industry this year.
The U.S. central bank has been encouraging housing investors to put down cash in their portfolios and to sell stocks to buy homes.
But as we reported this week, this may be too little, too late.
Many of these investors are holding on to cash and aren’t ready to sell at this time, according to a report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
The Fed’s announcement that it is lifting interest rates on residential mortgages will probably be one of the biggest events in the housing sector for the next year or two.
But even with the Fed easing, it won’t make it easier to get into the market.
The market is already reeling from the recent market turmoil.
Home prices in the United States have fallen more than 30% over the last decade, while home values in China have fallen over 50%.
The housing crash that hit the U.K. and the U