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By every measure, inflation is rising because of soaring demand, government stimulus, supply shortages.
Earlier this week the government reported that consumer inflation climbed to the highest level in 13 years. Wholesale prices are also on the up and up.
The US Stock market behaves like a hot air balloon. It rises miraculously; ignores all adverse economic forces, such as inflation, high unemployment, material shortages, etc…
This is still truly one of the most disconnected markets in history.
High volatility is generally not a good sign. There need not be a catalyst for a breakout in either direction. It’s all risk aversion (fear) vs risk tolerance (greed). High volatility signals a breakdown in uniformity.
This volatility is a hedge fund game. They want a second big dip. The market is controlled by its software. Inflation fear, chip shortage are fabricated reasons. If there is inflation, the value of companies is higher. Not lower.
Inflation if it squeezes profit margins due to input costs or takes away future demand, that is bad. Otherwise Venezuela would be best place to live!
Study what happened in the 1970s, the inflation decade. Stocks didn’t do well.
There is more to the effects of inflation on the stock market than the value of stocks simply being inflated. When inflation picks up, investors anticipate rate hikes in an environment where ~0% rates have helped carry the market since 2008. When the value of cash goes down, you think that companies in the stock market are going to do very well when their customers can’t afford as many goods? Commodity stocks, however, are the safe havens for inflation because they represent intrinsic value in an environment where government-backed fiat money becomes worth less.
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