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06 August 2021
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Fear of inflation overhyped and baseless.

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22/02/2021 - 09:00

Fear of inflation is overhyped. The technology advancement is such a strong deflationary force in the recent decade that we have had trouble generating inflation for decades. With all the advancement and increase in productivity, inflation will not be able to run free, especially in consumer stable and essentials. Is there bubble in asset? Yes, in some selected sectors, but when considering the amount of liquidity and low interest rate, the market is absolutely not in a bubble. I think the spike in interest rate last week is short lived and the fed will not do a thing but welcome the mild 1.5-2% inflation that we will see in the coming years. Just my thought, please share.   submitted by   /u/sendokun [link]   [comments]


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