Tag: Inflation

Inflation, Quick and Dirty

by Jeff Deist via Mises.org All of a sudden everyone is an expert on inflation. Your brother-in-law, your local paper, and even dilettantes at dubious...

Gold vs. An Openly Failing/Changing World

by Matthew Piepenburg via Gold Switzerland As central bankers play checkers on a global debt chessboard, we see below how policy hypocrisy, worsening monetary options,...

How Markets Tank & Gold Rises

by Matthew Piepenburg via Gold Switzerland Critical warning signs from the credit and rates markets are being ignored by tough-talking experts while gold bides its...

What to do about Inflation

by Paul Craig Roberts via Institute for Political Economy Americans live from threat to threat. Now that the “covid threat” and the “Russian threat” have...

FED Wizards – The Mega Manipulators

by Egon von Greyerz via Gold Switzerland In an investment world of instant gratification and Fed Intervention, when short term trading and speculation is the...

U.S. Inflation Rate Hits 7.5 Percent!

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) just released its most recent Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures. Not good. The U.S. inflation rate has officially reached...

Will the Fed Pop the Everything Bubble?

by Daniel Lacalle via Mises.org The history of economic development cannot be understood without the importance of recession periods. Recessions are often the result of...

Why Price Deflation Is Always Good News

by Frank Shostak via Mises.org Most commentators are currently preoccupied with large increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which is labeled as inflation. The...