There are some things that are good for us to know about our money, opportunities and actions during a pandemic. I know that in quiet times, everyone talks about passive income. The dream of most people is to invest EUR 10,000 and then take a passive income of EUR 5,000 every month. This is impossible both before and now. However, to say that if in a normal economy money can be invested that carries a monthly income, then in a pandemic economy, the safest way to save and multiply our money is only through a long-term investment that will save and multiply our money after the end of the state of emergency.
We do not need much money for the pandemic period itself, because it will be possible to supply only food and essential resources. The world will be controlled by military and police officers. They will say when and what we can receive. Money will not play any role in this situation because we will not be able to buy many things with them.
The military or pandemic economy is subject to other rules. There is a central body that orders what should be produced and how much should be produced in quantity. It looks more like a communist economy than a capitalist one. In it, money plays no role, but plays a role in planning and organizing by the central government.
It is important to realize that the rules of life we are accustomed to living do not apply during this period. Most likely, after its end, the money will have a completely different value. We can say that it is possible for this situation to play the role of a restart for the financial system, because countries will have to make a lot of expenses without incomes, and therefore the price is paid by the common monetary system, which mean - our money.
It is very important not to keep money available, but to invest it in an asset that will be sought after the crisis is over. This is the only way to save our money, and if we are smart, to multiply it many times over.
Always after such crisis situations we have the opportunity of mediocre market players to become leaders, but this is in the condition that we act during the crisis, and we do not wait to see where things will therefore, I repeat that investing money NOW in an asset that works well after the crisis will only keep and multiply our money.
Until now, people have been investing a lot of money in order to make money, but without understanding whether they benefit or how they work at all. This has led to the creation of countless speculative tools that, when we found out that they were not working, someone simply created new miracle tools. We were focusing on them first to win, and second to return what was already lost. These cycles were repeated over and over the years, without anyone making any significant progress. For this reason, we will not look at these options for investing our money, but will look at real estate, because one of the most important things for a person is to live in the RIGHT place.
We begin to think about what will happen to life in the city. Until now, people have been looking to get housing in the big city in the hope that life is better and there are more opportunities. Neighborhoods were growing, but they didn't get better, instead in every vacant place, a new patch was put, without thinking of proper infrastructure and the needs of the residents of the place. Little by little, green spaces have been destroyed, parking spaces have disappeared, the number of kindergartens and schools is extremely insufficient, and many people are forced to travel between half and one hour to a place to take their children out of kindergarten or school.This has resulted in very few or no children because it is difficult to raise - up to two hours of waste of time per child (if there are more children, one parent only deals with them). This also led to the lack of places for children to play, which again obliged parents to take them to different private lessons just so they don’t go crazy, closed between four walls at home.
Large grocery stores were built, causing them to become congested, with 5 minutes for shopping became a full hour. Years ago, as I studied economies around the world, I realized the biggest problem with skyscrapers. It is very difficult to move people up and down. The larger the skyscraper, the more time it takes to get to your home and go back. That is, the size necessarily causes transportation problems for those living there. The same thing happened in big cities with hypermarkets and malls. Yes, you have everything in one place, but the time to get what you need is many times greater than the time you need in a less populated area.
Travel time to work is also considerable. We in Bulgaria do not properly measure what we are losing when we go to work, because we are looking at the kilometers, not the time we are wasting. Because we have 24 hours a day and we can't buy them, in fact, they turn out to be the most valuable. In some countries, they measure how long it takes a person to get to work, not how many miles is the distance to his or her job. The stagnant lifestyle in the city makes us go to the gym (only if we want to have some body functionality and not look and feel like we are 40 at the age of 40), which is another bottleneck and steals time away during our day.
Another problem in the cities we have built is the parking spaces, because in one family it is necessary to have two cars, and in the construction one has to look for more housing cells (they are paid more money). This causes a huge problem (such as time and money) with parking. The buildings under construction are of no general style and of low material quality. Chemicals and plastics are used that not only destroy the environment but also cause disease in those living in such buildings.
The city is saturated with mobile operators' cells, electricity and all kinds of electromagnetic fields, which raises cancer and lowers people's immunity. The air is very polluted and again degrades the health of the people living in the city.
The psychic tension in the modern city is enormous. Like the chickens in the factory farms, the pigs in the pig farms, the cows in the cowsheds and the people in the cities must be vaccinated with antibiotics, all sorts of medicines and supplements, in order to withstand this density, stress and tension. This leads to persistent problems, a lot of burnouts, depression, the need for motivational events and seminars, visits to sporting events, discos, vacations on Saturdays and Sundays outside the city, and many more to maintain existence. It can be said that the people of the city today are similar to the animals on the farm. Stuck in one place and controlled to increase productivity at the expense of those who run the system.
The lack of real life and the rise of virtual life (due to the lack of time) lead to a very easy to control crowd that sees only what is released to it by the "serious" information channels (which are owned by the owners of the farm for people). To them, this is the real world.
The city itself and the density of its inhabitants cause pandemics when the medicines and livelihoods of so many people in one place collapse or become ineffective. We know that antibiotics are losing their power and bacteria are getting stronger. They gain resistance to current medicines and attack much larger populations. The spread of viruses and bacteria in such a dense environment is rapid and leads to mass deaths of those living in them.
In the past, plague epidemics have wiped out up to 90% of urban populations. What happens to people living in the city during a pandemic? The first thing that will happen is to seize the liberties of the individual and to surrender to the governing state. Then strict control for minimal movement outside the place of residence - the apartment - begins. Gradually, food, medicines and essentials will be shipped from the state or to businesses close to the state in order to avoid speculation and looting. This makes the money available meaningless, because the type and amount of money will also be determined by the state and its related companies.
The wider range of goods will cease production because these industries will create the possibility of infecting people. Even if they were, we wouldn't need them. Why do I need a motorcycle after I can't go out ?! I also won't need a helmet, gloves, fuel, tires, oils, motorcycle clothing. Why do I have a hairstyle, makeup, pedicure after I can't go out and do them myself ?! Why are my new clothes ?! To stroll with them at home? Generally, the cash available will be unnecessary and the goods pointless.
Between 4 months and a year people will have to stay in apartments and watch the world through a monitor or window. Electricity may stop because the plant has only a certain number of people who can control it, and if more than 1/3 of them fall ill, it will have to stop for us to have security. Then there will be a electrical dependency. A man will stay in his apartment and will not go out, because he will hear ambulances and watch trucks with coffins scurrying around the city. When there is electricity, a person on the
Internet will see people dying all over the world, and if he allows himself to come out, the virus will be after them, too.
After 5-6 months, standing in the same apartment, most people will hate it forever. Their biggest wish would be to be able to leave it and go somewhere where they are free. They will have time to reflect on their lives and how they live it. Like young children, they will remember the pain they have endured, imprisoned and frightened. They will remember that living in an apartment in town is equal to prison, and in another pandemic they may not survive.
We know that old people are dying from this virus, and they are the biggest homeowners in cities. If, God forbid, more such people die, many empty homes will be vacated as well. Brokers bought a large number of homes for resale and other real estate sharks made this brilliant move. There are hundreds of thousands of square meters under construction, even a skyscraper is being built as of now in Sofia.
Most people will be out of work in the city because everything will have to start over and landlords will miss out on high rents. They will be forced to allow low rents, which means low housing prices.
Tourism in big cities will stop for a few years until people believe that the plague is gone. They will start looking for places outdoors and with space for movement and freedom. Real estate in the city will be a very difficult investment for the next 10 years.
We have understood what is not good and now it is time to see what the future holds. The future is in smaller settlements where people live in houses with large yards, where there is complete order and access to everything necessary for a normal life. Locations where people eat natural foods, not canned, carcinogenic junk. Places where children can be children and adults have enough free time because they do not make it into traffic and queues for shopping. Towns where there is a common sense of living in them and lacking the gross rural manifestations of people who consider themselves above the community. These settlements will have many park spaces, parking spaces, clean air, good food, wide skies, no electromagnetic fields, nice houses and human development activities.
Most people will think, "Why haven't they been created yet ?!"
The reason is that it takes a lot of work, time, effort, finances, perfect organization, good specialists and often a little slower profit than what has been offered so far in cities. Creating such a place takes ten years and most entrepreneurs do not want to wait so long to cash in on their work.
Also, the modern financial system is designed in such a way that such an endeavor cannot be funded except by the people who run it, but they also manage the cities. Therefore, even if it occurred to someone, it would be extremely difficult for him to secure financing. If such an endeavor were to be promoted, it would be destroyed in its infancy by those who profit from the current system. They do not want to be replaced by something better, because it means losing their advantage.
Starting something like this is a very, very difficult task, but if we assume there is such a place, then we can be sure that it will be like Paradise in the aftermath of a pandemic because the people destroyed by standing will be planning to go to recover somewhere from the experience. Also, people with more assets will want to have their own house in a similar place so that in the event of a pandemic recurring (and this is very likely) they can have a place where they are free and protected. Rental prices will be huge and property prices in such settlements will save and many times increase the strength and usefulness of our savings.
Here we can say with joy that we have been working on such a project for years and are in a very advanced stage of its development. We are even at the end of it. Anyone can contact us and finish it together.