Although this may have some validity, there are always buyers and sellers as the 2008 mortgage crisis should provide ample examples. In theses times, I would rather be a boat owner than a boat ho no matter the potential downside. Life is way to short to worry about money.this V recovery you've seen in the last 2-3 weeks will be short lived. People will be dumping everything FAST once they see what's coming with this virus. my advice to you would be to sell now for top dollar or expect to sell for significantly less than what you think your vessel is worth in about a month. Once things start opening up it's only going to exasperate the problem. In 2 months you WILL be selling for pennies on the dollar. My 0.02.
So what sled are you looking for? There has to be an agenda other than you care about our finances.In 2 months you WILL be selling for pennies on the dollar
Actually, don’t delete. So that I can be reminded of whatever dumb stuff I will think of or do in future, bloodfart could out do meCan someone please remove this stupid thread? At best it should be placed somewhere between my anus and the toilet water.
What's he selling? Fear and speculation? He must work for CNN.
Delete delete delete, please.
No surprise here,did you ever figure out what the plan was ?I agree with this post. It doesnt take a scientist to see a huge second wave coming.
I will be getting a new (used) truck when values depreciate.
This isn't rocket science, just a little bit of science.
But, to be fair, there are a LOT of science deniers on this this site.
what recovery has been seen in the last 2 weeks?this V recovery you've seen in the last 2-3 weeks
What you would want is appreciating assets, not a boat which is the antithesis of an appreciating asset.This guy is a dum dum!
Lets say he is right and the economy takes a shit... What follows is hyper inflation... That means you want assets not cash!
Go peddle your fools advice elsewhere and stop trying to scare everyone.