Will Hyperinflation Follow Inflation, or Will Deflation Win Out?
Hyperinflation is the dramatic loss of value of a currency due to the severe inflation of that currency. There’s no question that we have seen massive inflation as correctly defined (the increase in the quantity of currency), but we are now seeing many signs of dramatic price inflation while seeing deflation in areas such as real estate. We’re continuing a series of videos which can be found here.
Today, we’ll look at factors of inflation which could lead to hyperinflation such as: 1) Food prices continue to surge which lately can be especially seen in corn, wheat, and soybean prices, as well as the number of people that have now noticed that their food bill is a much larger percentage of their income, 2) There’s an interesting question about whether or not the Federal Reserve planted an article in the Wall Street Journal in order to bomb the stock market, which causes deflation in the stock market (a crash) for the express purpose of having reason to ignite QE3 (the key to hyperinflation), 3) The Federal Reserve is once again bailing out Europe. It’s a good thing they have so much money! These and more in the video below…
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This is the 9th in a new series of Economic Update Videos. Watch the previous videos in this series at: 1) Europe Economic Update 1, 2) Europe Economic Update 2, 3) Europe Crises Explained, 4) World Economic Update, 5) US Economic Update, 6) US Economic Update 2, 7) US Economic Update 3, 8) Hyperinflation Signs, & 9) Hyperinflation, Inflation, or Deflation?. You can see the most recent set of Economic Update videos at: 1) US Economic Update Pt 1, 2) US Economic Update Pt 2, 3) US Economic Update Pt 3, & 4) Gold & Silver Update, 5) European Economic Update, & 6) China & the World.