Author Archives: John Vashon

About John Vashon

I own a family business that invests in and manages our own portfolio of mobile home parks.

Bend MHP For Sale, Red Bluff, California!

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION AND RENTAL INFORMATION. For sale by owner. Clean 44 space park on the Sacramento River with some of the mobile homes with river views. Low turnover, permanent RV tenants. Owner will share 10 years of P&Ls.  Reasonable rental … Continue reading

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Can You Afford a 10 Year Bear Market?

“What matters for investors is that any decline is likely to be unusually rapid and occur as a result of P/E compression, resulting from policy risks not weak GDP,” he wrote in a research report. “Investors need a bit more … Continue reading

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Nearing Retirement, Stock Market Got You Worried?

If you are 55+ with the majority of your retirement savings invested in the stocks, you should be a bit worried!  The recent rumblings (volatility) mean something.  Perhaps there’s “more room to run” but does it really matter if you … Continue reading

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Federal Reserve should embrace more pain for good of the economy (by David J. Campbell)

Despite the stock market being up, unemployment being down, and inflation remaining low, significant risks of a financial meltdown remain. When Jerome Powell takes over the chairmanship of the Federal Reserve next February, he should make three moves to ward … Continue reading

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Tech Workers Targeted for HUGE Tax Increases by Republicans, Democrats and Middle Class Americans!

This article below was published in the San Francisco Chronicle on Sunday, November 11th, 2017.   Trump, both political parties and middle class Americans are “up to here” with folks working in tech and they are coming after your money!  … Continue reading

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Fed Vexed About Inflation, Really?

Is the Fed stumped about inflation or is this just their story?  This is an easy and insightful read about monetary policy, inflation, deflation (which might seem like a good thing but it’s not) and the mystery of the missing … Continue reading

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Fed Hikes to Deflate Stocks, Housing?

The feeble fed is flat on the floor (say that 5 time fast!)  Seriously, Yellen and the Feds are stepping in to quell the run-up in housing and stock prices.  Their distrust of Trump is so great that even in … Continue reading

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