Jason Hartman and Adam examine the Investopedia article referring to the 9 common effects of inflation. The 2 types of inflation (cost-push and demand-pull) are also broken down in regards to how they impact your property value and rent.
Then the two examine what impact the Trade War with China could have on the markets properties are available in. If production from overseas come back to the United States, where are we likely to see the impact?
[3:40] The 9 common effects of inflation
[8:36] The land value is the one that’s susceptible to big swings in value
[12:10] Cost-push versus demand-pull inflation
[15:19] How the Trade War could create cost-push inflation in the linear markets we’re investing in
[18:34] If China ever manages to create a middle class they’re going to have to deal with a new set of issues, which might make them an inopportune producer
[23:21] When labor shortages hit construction it can make it incredibly expensive to build a house and retain the workers needed
[28:00] Once the Trade War has ended, look at what job sectors are going to be impacted most and adjust your investing strategy accordingly