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Why the 2020s Decade Will Likely Be Inflationary

One of the biggest macroeconomic debates of today is whether we’ll experience inflation or deflation over the coming years. If you survey 50 economists, you’ll come up with 50 different answers. However, after much research, our opinion is that the 2020s decade will likely be inflationary in terms of the purchasing power of the US dollar (USD) within the United States. We explain our reasons why, supported by data, as well as deflationary risks that consumers and investors should be mindful of. It should be noted that although we expect inflation in aggregate, we also believe that, similar to the 1940s and 1970s, we’ll likely experience volatile waves of inflation and deflation. This presents risks and opportunities to consumers and investors who follow these macroeconomic trends. Visit us at biggerinsights.com to request a consultation or read our blog. Please consider making a non-deductible contribution to help us break through Big Tech suppression and keep this podcast going. OpenAlias: contribute.biggerinsights.com. Monero (XMR), Bitcoin (BTC), and Litecoin (LTC) addresses at biggerinsights.com/support-us. Disclaimer: Nothing in this episode should be construed as tax, financial, or other advice. Investing involves significant risk, which may not be appropriate for your situation. Consult your financial advisor before making any investments.

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