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  1. #61
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    Oh. What does "huge rally" refer to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Oh. What does "huge rally" refer to?
    the american stocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    I missed something.


    ". . . we have just identified inflation."

    Where? I could not see that in your post.
    "The money supply is INCREASING, and the goods and services are not being produced"

    And

    "
    Most people think inflation is rising prices. It is not. Rising prices are a symptom of an increasing money supply."
    Last edited by crashy; 19-05-2020 at 11:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    No. Never had any time for someone else managing my assets in shaky things like shares. (For a fee - win-or-lose - of course. I.e. They always get paid; I don't.)

    But I do have a young friend who is quite worried, which is why I asked hereabouts. Said friend had a kiwisaver plan for a first home soon-ish, but now sees that option fading into the future, after kiwisaver became virally infected.
    Share and KW Saver funds have come back a lot - your friend will be feeling better.
    Maybe they were in the wrong fund if they wanted the money soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    Share and KW Saver funds have come back a lot - your friend will be feeling better.
    Maybe they were in the wrong fund if they wanted the money soon?
    Yes - you're right: less cause for despondency, now.
    I neglected to ask which fund was involved.
    Perhaps I'll find out, later in the week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashy View Post
    I posted this to my Facebook group 24 hours ago (before the huge rally)

    If you listen to the financial "experts" at the moment you will unanimously hear:
    1. Stocks are about to crash
    2. Deflation is imminent
    3. Pay off all debt
    4. Sell property
    5. Buy precious metals
    6. Hold cash
    Maybe you need to change your source of financial "experts". All the financial commentators I've heard have been offering relatively good sound advice, ie don't panic and stay the course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashy View Post
    "The money supply is INCREASING, and the goods and services are not being produced"

    And

    "
    Most people think inflation is rising prices. It is not. Rising prices are a symptom of an increasing money supply."
    What if the money supply wasn't just one big pool of money?
    What if it was several smaller pools?
    And you could inflate one without affecting the others?
    Say, for example, the "housing money pool" inflated , without altering the "food money pool"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    What if the money supply wasn't just one big pool of money?
    What if it was several smaller pools?
    And you could inflate one without affecting the others?
    Say, for example, the "housing money pool" inflated , without altering the "food money pool"?
    How might you do that?

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    Too bad it is, eh. Unless of course you missed the last 30 years of inflation target monetary policy. That's the one where they try to deflate the "food money pool" by deflating the "housing money pool". Maybe we need a 3rd school of economics: Dunning Kruger?


 

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