1313 Shelter Inflation Hits Record High As Americans' Real Wages Drop For 32nd Straight Month. (www.zerohedge.com) posted 76 days ago by rdvs34283 76 days ago by rdvs34283 +1313 / -0 Shelter Inflation Hits Record High As Americans' Real Wages Drop For 32nd Straight Month ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero www.zerohedge.com 39 comments share 39 comments share save hide report block hide replies
The UniParty don't give a shit they are making generational wealth through insider trading, money laundering, and scams like the Plannedemic, proxy wars, and the Green New Steal. They see the fall of America and they are in a feeding frenzy stealing and looting as much as possible.
We need to kill them. No minecraft. Just real deaths.
Exactly, the only way it really stops. Set examples.
It's looking seriously like the time to start blasting. If not now it's gotta be soon. How much longer before total economic collapse?
I've been saying this since before 2018 and even more so since 2020 was stolen but everyone called me a glowie and fed boi 🤷🏾♀️
The only way around is through.
The time has come. Where is the list at?
WEF = Kill On Sight.
Truth, in The Big Gay Empire.
Wages have been stagnant for decades
Except for Trumps first three years prior to Fauchis BS.
Man, I can't believe 2020 feels so far away. Trump's china tariffs were doing absolutely amazing things for the rust belt, it felt like we were finally getting ahead and turning around decades of decline. Now in just 2 short years later it's as bad as it has ever been. Steel plants opened back up, people were optimistic, crime was down, opioid epidemic was finally grinding to a halt... Now it's back stronger than ever.
Just bought some graph paper notebooks for my homeschool kids...
Literally over 100% inflation in the last 15 months.
Shelter is a lagging indicator
“You will be homeless and be happy”
but but but WBBM Chicago keeps saying this morning that inflation is just 6%
Only 6% more people living under I-94 overpasses.
Rent has increased by $300 per month since 2020 where I’m at, which isn’t any special area worth that increase.
Where I'm at, an apartment that I rented for $1,200/mo in 2017 is now $1,995/mo. And it didn't even have a real kitchen.
It’s absolutely outrageous. Houses are the clear winner, but the issue with those is you gotta drop 50k on a 30 year bet that you’ll never lose your job, when a recession seems to happen every 10 years now.
But 50K today will be worth 5K in ten years. So the crippling house payment of today will be the equivalent of a family dinner at a restaurant in the future.
My lease is up for renewal, they're asking for another $70/mo. Seriously considering moving..
To be expected. The USD was diluted by 40% over covid, therefore the cost of everything increased by 40%.
And the Federal anti-energy policies to restrict oil and gas as much as possible. When OTR trucks are getting about 6-7 mpg going from $2.70-$3.10 to $4.00-$6.00 the fuel cost per mile goes from 40¢ to 88¢ (very roughly).
The energy policy alone from these Marxists can nearly double the cost of most things. They didn’t even need to debase our currency to lower the middle class’s quality of life. Plus they’re not finished on restricting US energy nor are they even close to done on debasing the dollar
From 2011-2015 the retail price of diesel was above $4.00. It's impossible to understand the current if you don't put it in historical perspective.
Fair enough. I had looked up 2018 and 2019 prices of diesel for my corner of the country and partially went off memory for the rest. I also consider those years to be higher than they should have been, with 0bama activists in the EPA.
Makes sense. I suppose wages will never increase either. If they do, companies will just raise prices. I really feel for people barely making it before any of this happened.
Seems the fed really does have to raise interest and put people out of work. Until people stop buying brand new vehicles for 20k above MSRP and outrageous interest, it will never end.
It's Ludacris what's going on with rent. I moved to the Midwest and unfortunately a half breed jogger lives next door and he loves his bass. I'm looking to rent until I can purchase land and these landlords have lost their friggin minds. Non refundable $200 deposit to be put on a waiting list, over 1k rent for a STUDIO, pet deposit of 250$, monthly pet rent, payment service charge, trash charge, maintenance charge. Folks, it's KANSAS, like fucking relax.
remember that apartment complexes use the same software that the airlines used to collude over airfares. They intentionally leave units empty to create "demand".
Same thing here! Moved from the coast and rent is more expensive here now than it was there. Walls are the thinnest bullshit I’ve ever experienced. It’s like having a new roommate every year. Idk how they can slap ‘Luxury’ on anything these days.
I feel for you on the jogger scenario. Went through that and eventually they had to move from all the complaints. I don’t see how their behavior is not intentional. One night they partied till 4a.m. and then started fucking at 6a.m. I was patient up until that bullshit.
...but the mean tweets have stopped
Whew! Thank god no more mean tweets!
Hey fren, can I have some of your ketchup packets? I wanna make spaghetti tonight.
Just wait until they restate the numbers in May because they missed something...again
So the summer of mostly peaceful plus the 28 months since they stole the election.
Good heavens. What could have happened in January of 2021 to produce such an unexpected event
Prep for more financial trouble ahead. Hoarding cash only is a plan to fail.
The elites don't really care. They actually want "shelter inflation" to increase and they actively work with politicians to make sure people are force into renting their inflated real estate.
If you don't believe me, just go down the rabbit hole and think why it is ILLEGAL in most places to camp or even live in an RV on your private property. In the US of fucking A, you can't even buy a fucking piece of raw land and camp on it or live in an RV on it!
And somehow the S&P rises 1.6 percent today. I really don't understand how anyone is bullish with this regime in office.