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The Investment Strategy & Wild NAR Settlement
Episode 22226th March 2024 • The Higher Standard • Chris Naghibi & Saied Omar
00:00:00 01:36:44

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After many repeated requests, Chris shares his own basic investment strategy that took his personal growth portfolio from $0 to over $1,000,000 with as little oversight as possible. He provides you the names of the low cost index funds he uses, the allocation to each and then explains how he has built his portfolio from there. This is not investment advice; however, it is what he did to create his wealth in the markets and is still what he does today. This strategy will work for the novice investor and for most experts; however, your own risk profile will determine if it is the best strategy for you. The Higher Standard boys, missing Haroon, then turn to the landmark lawsuit settlement by the National Association of Realtors and its potential impacts to the housing market. They dive in to the stock market's wild levels lead by the Magnificent 7 and then cap off the episode with a quick look at the rental housing market with a new found economist.

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What to Know about the New Rules for Buying and Selling Homes (Wall Street Journal)

Real Estate Stocks Slide Following Landmark Realtor Settlement (Yahoo! Finance)

U.S. Home Values Are Growing Faster Than National Debt (Investopedia via X)

Stock concentration is now at Great Depression levels (The Kobeissi Letter via X)

Rental Housing Economist (Jay Parsons via LinkedIn)

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