The United States once cultivated the world’s greatest economy. But it has already hit a brick wall, and signs of decline are evident.
Should you prepare your wealth for inflation, deflation, or some measure of both?
Over the past 3 decades inflation has caught most of us by surprise.
Money that you had kept in the bank with term deposits over the decades has decreased considerably in value by the time of 20th century.
Many people would have lost capital.
This shows that we can’t turn a blind eye to inflation.
We have to prepare ourselves for how we can benefit from our savings.
Instead of having all of our savings just sitting in a bank.
Here you’ll find some interesting perspectives on the steps you should take to keep your portfolio afloat.
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