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Has Secular Deflation Turned?

We are coming to the end of the biggest credit expansion in history. While the expansion of credit has been devaluing for the USD and inflationary in terms of policy action, reflected in higher food, housing, and other asset prices, the net force of technology, too much debt and aging demographics is ultimately deflationary in…Read More

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We Need A New Word For “Inflation”

Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon” Milton Friedman The historical technical definition of inflation is an increase in the money supply. However, the vast majority of use in both colloquial and academic use is an increase in prices. However even this definition is very broad and can refer to a wide number of phenomena, and these…Read More