- The FED’s meeting minutes clearly signal more tightening ahead.
- Inflation has consistently been above 2% in 2017, so we can say “bye bye” to low interest rates.
- There’s a rosy scenario for the economy and a negative one. In both, stocks are bound to fall.
Inflation is an extremely important factor concerning anything related to investing. Over time, there’s a huge difference between real (inflation adjusted) and nominal returns. Therefore, we always have to keep an eye on inflation and invest accordingly to minimize the risk of seeing inflation eat up our returns, and to maximize our real returns. More →