Bitcoin, Real Estate, Stocks…they're just the first outlets of a hyperinflationary cycle. Eventually assets need to be sold for real life needs.
— John Tuld (@BradHuston) April 13, 2021
So, how's it going with the whole "Covid will crush CPI rents forever so don't worry about increases anywhere else in the index because rents have such big weight" thing? Not well, people. Not well. pic.twitter.com/S2rwEiV6SK
— Ian Shepherdson (@IanShepherdson) April 13, 2021
Higher than who expected? t.co/CE5SJ7FncY
— Murray 🇺🇸 (@Rothbard1776) April 13, 2021
— Make Black Swans Great Again (@RetirementRight) April 13, 2021
Amid global supply chain disruptions and trillions in liquidity to support consumption, it is perhaps unsurprising that import and export price inflation is soaring.
Jim Rickards: M2 Skyrocketing As Fed Stops Weekly Data Showing Money Supply
Topics, including Rickards’ stance that deflation remains the greatest risk to the economy, despite reports of inflation. Rickards also talks about M2 skyrocketing— and how it coincides with the discontinuation of the Federal Reserve’s money supply series, data that has been published weekly since 1970.