Now Available: "When the Bubble Bursts: Surviving the Canadian Real Estate Crash"
Starting in 2008, investors, upset by the stock market collapse, started to see real estate as a "safe haven" investment. While talking with numerous clients, investment manager Hilliard Macbeth realized that Canadians have far too much of their investment capital and savings tied up in expensive real estate when better opportunities are about to appear in other asset classes. He argues that Canada is in the midst of a real estate bubble, and there will soon be a crash in house prices.
What can Canadians do to be prepared financially for retirement and to take advantage of the "once in a lifetime" buying opportunity that will follow the bubble bursting? All these answers can be found inWhen the Bubble Bursts.
About the Author
Hilliard MacBeth has advised Canadian individuals and families from across Canada on their investments for over 35 years. His 1999 book Investment Traps and How to Avoid Them predicted the collapse of the dot-com bubble in the stock market and gave investors practical advice on how to avoid getting caught offside in market cycles. Hilliard lives in Edmonton.
BNN Interview: The pending crash in Canadian housing, with Frances Horodelski
Short sellers, bank stock investors, government and ordinary Joes and Janes - everyone is interested in the Canadian real estate market right now with the world "bubble" surfacing everywhere. Financial advisor Hilliard Macbeth has been watching the market for decade and has concerns on paper with his book: "When The Bubble Bursts: Surviving the Canadian Real Estate Crash." (BNN)
BNN Interview: What happens when Canada's housing bubble bursts?
Richardson GMP’s Hilliard MacBeth talks housing bubbles in the context of his upcoming book "When the Bubble Bursts: surviving the Canadian real estate crash," with BNN real estate reporter Greg Bonnell.
Investment Traps and How to Avoid Them
Published (Prentice Hall) in 1999 - "Investment Traps and How to Avoid Them" - a book that predicted the bursting of the dot-com bubble and showed investors how to avoid the "buy-high" trap that catches so many.