Deflation/Inflation continues

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Deflation/Inflation continues

I felt this article to be particularly relevant considering how many voices contributed to it. Jon

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14963

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Re: Deflation/Inflation continues
investorzzo wrote:

I felt this article to be particularly relevant considering how many voices contributed to it. Jon

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=14963

Thanks. I lean strongly in the inflation camp BUT, am still torn about debt destruction and it's effect on the money supply.

I love this site that you posted. It's about as sane as you can get so I'll have a take.

Well, I guess some might consider it to be so far fetched as to be absolutely insane. But, I am reminded by a quote that I heard somewhere, to paraphrase:

In times of universal deceipt, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

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Re: Deflation/Inflation continues

I'm still holding on to stagflation, until more evidence is in for one way or the other.....

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Re: Deflation/Inflation continues

I wrote a piece that might be of interest about the future of deflation, and hyperinflation. I am not an economic expert but I have been investing for over 30 years. I have a select group of friends that I discuss issues regarding the economy. The following was my attempt to explain to them my perception of what lies before us.

Hyperinflation and Monetary Collapse-But First a Fire Sale

"Hyperinflation starts as a result of opposing forces. These include the destruction of suppliers’ capacity to produce and the consumers’ accelerating preference for and hoarding of the essential necessities of life such as food, shelter, electricity, fuel, transportation, clothing, and medicine."

http://www.scribd.com/doc/11467022/Hyper-Inflation-and-Monetary-Collapse

 

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