Inflation Concerns Pt 2

by Wes Bridel on January 13, 2012

in Economic Updates

This Inflation Indicators video helps you understand what is going on in the markets & gives you clear signs of the impacts of inflation working its way through the system so that you can be more fully informed to decide how best to prepare yourself for potential changes.  This video will discuss what’s been going on over the last 3 months.  We’re continuing a  series of videos which can be found here.  This is the second of two inflation or hyperinflation concerns videos within this set of videos.

Today, we’ll look at signs of inflation such as:  1)  The Fed reveals that they doled out $7.7 Trillion in bailout loans in the 2008 crises!,  2)  11 countries had some form of Quantitative Easing in the past 3 months and JP Morgan believes that there will be 6 more soon (actually, by now since this estimate was a couple months back),  &  3)  Foreigners are dumping US Treasuries in large quantities over the last many months.   All that and more in the video below…


We hope you enjoy this video.  If you have not seen The Coming Storm video, you should do so immediately to have a fuller understanding of what lies ahead.  You can do so for free by going here.  Please let us know what you think of this presentation or if you have any questions, leave them in the comment section below.

This is the eleventh in a new series of Economic Update Videos. You can watch the entire series of videos at:  1) European Debt Crises, 2) European Debt Crises 2, 3) MF Global,  4)  Gold & Silver Pt 1,  5)  Gold & Silver Pt 2,  6) Gold & Silver Pt 3, 7)  World Economic Update., 8) World Economic Update 2, 9) The Chinese Economy, 10) Inflation or Deflation Concerns?, 11) Inflation Concerns Pt 2, 12) US Economic Update, &  13) US Economic Update 2.

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