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Inflation Lesson

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Wade Hampton III

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Inflation Lesson

PostFri Aug 21, 2015 9:37 pm

My point is economics, and not 'multiculturalism!' You may find this hard to
believe at first, but if you follow me thru, the real impact of the message
will be delivered. Bear with me here. Find below a link to a video from 1986
entitled "Walking In The Rain" by Negro artist "Orange" Juice Jones:




At exactly 2:56 into the video, we have the "Juice" making reference to his $3700
lynx coat. As everyone knows, it is now twenty-nine years later, and the year is
2015. Just exactly how much would the lynx coat cost today? The answer may surprise
you:

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You've Come A Long Way Baby
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Little wonder that the "Juice" didn't do a "Rambo" on them....! He would be even
more so inclined today!

Case in point: When I was in high school, and it was a good weekend, I would find
in my pocket silver dimes and quarters. If I had just gotten paid ($0.90/hr was
good pay for a high-schooler at the local Winn-Dixie), and before going out to
impress my peers, maybe a silver half-dollar. My how times have changed! Even
the base coinage (pennies and nickels) are now worth almost twice their melt value,
depending upon whom you ask.

Money...or its absence...controls everything we do. The Jews have known this for
a very long time. It is time Caucasians caught on!

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Re: Inflation Lesson

PostWed Oct 10, 2018 4:18 am

Wade Hampton III wrote: Find below a link to a video from 1986
entitled "Walking In The Rain" by Negro artist "Orange" Juice Jones:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dZW1C3neao


Bernard Mc Alinden, Investment strategist, posted...

Values of “real assets” like real estate, equities,commodities, collectibles
etc tend to keep up with inflation. Values of monetary assets like cash,
short term government and corporate bonds etc will also tend to keep up
with inflation provided that any increase in inflation is matched by an
equal increase in nominal interest rates. Values of longer term fixed
interest rate government and corporate bonds will tend to be undermined
by inflation because the fixed interest rate for the duration of the term
becomes increasingly less adequate as inflation moves higher. Values of
inflation-protected government bonds will keep up with inflation because
there is a government guarantee that interest payments will be indexed
to the rate of inflation.

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