Has Zillow’s Collapse Signaled A Warning For The Capital Markets? Part II

Zillow

In part one of this article, we discussed how the recent decline in Zillow, Redfin, and Opendoor share prices could reflect a concern that the risks involved in holding large home inventories while attempting to “flip houses” could present for these Real Estate firms. The recent 50% price drop in the share price levels should send a fairly strong warning to investors that these “flipping” processes contain a moderate degree of underlying risk and extended costs in a super-heated, and potentially peaking Real Estate trend.

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This article originally appeared at TheTechnicalTraders.com.