The U.S. GDP is barely growing. Press and analyst reports suggest that the U.S. might soon face a deflation and hint that hyperinflation could follow. Despite aggressive monetary base expansion, there is no inflation as measured by CPI or PPI (www.bls.com). What does this mean? How can investors prepare?
In deflation, prices of goods and services fall; inflation goes below 0 percent. Full Story
Economic woes in Europe will trickle across the Atlantic over the next few years as potential international guests stay home or see their native currency buy less once they arrive, a panel of economists has predicted. Full Story
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