The basic laws of economics and finance have not changed. At some future point, this will become evident with economic conditions emerging that are unpleasant at best. We are already beginning to see evidence of changing economic conditions.
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Globally, both in the public sector and the private sector debt levels are literally at nosebleed levels.
Fed leadership and some politicians have insisted that inflation is transitory or temporary and that once the economy fully reopens, things will return to a more ‘normal’ state as far as inflation is concerned.
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While doing my research this past week, I found an article published on “Bloomberg” that offered some great perspective on the amount of currency that has been created literally out of thin air since early in calendar year 2020.
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The base cause of artificially inflated markets is the devaluation of the US Dollar. Dollar devaluation, stated another equally accurate way, is price and asset inflation.