“I” is for Inflation
Investors and economists alike prefer to describe the graphical representation of an economic recovery through various letters of the alphabet. As the pandemic lingered, the letter “U” was introduced, to describe the drop off and slow, but gradual recovery. More recently, some economists have warned of a new letter, and that letter is “I” and represents inflation. Gain a better understanding of the factors contributing to the surge in inflation, and what investors can do to protect their assets during this economic period.
This complimentary whitepaper includes topics such as:
- Contributing factors to extreme price increases in energy, food and other goods (gas prices, lumber and even chicken!)
- Is this a long-term trend or a result of supply chain bottlenecks, stimulus checks and other temporary measures?
- Investment and financial planning strategies for higher inflation