Davidson and I disagree to an extent on real estate. I think certain sectors are due to fall or flattening (apartments are overbuilt for example) but I see the sector in general having years of growth ahead of it. The current issue with real estate both residential, retail and commercial (for the most part) is a lack of supply. Lending standards are still over regulated and very tight, supply is limited and well below historical averages and there is still plenty of latent demand. Should credit just normalize we could easily see another surge in housing and the sector in general. I’d not I am not talking about lending “normalizing ” to 2004-06 but to the decades before in which one did not need a 750 credit score to obtain a mortgage (that 750 today is a lot hard to get than it was in 10-15-20 years ago).
ValueWalk's Raul Panganiban interviews Dan Pipitone, co-founder of TradeZero America, and discusses his recent study on retail investing trends. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The following is a computer generated transcript and may contain some errors. Interview with TradeZero America's Dan Pipitone ValueWalk's ValueTalks ·
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