Tuesday , 12 December 2017


A Perspective On the World’s Most Famous Hyperinflation Event


The Great War ended on November 11th, 1918, when the signed armistice came into effect, but the peace agreement lead to additional destruction - the destruction of wealth and savings - in the form of an hyperinflation event in Germany from 1921 and 1924 that caused millions of people to have their savings erased.

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What’s the ‘Real Deal’ About Inflation & Deflation?


The debate over deflation/inflation continues as some of our most astute economic observers take sides. Frankly, I think that both sides are missing part of the picture. The debate concentrates on the after shocks of inflation/deflation: prices instead of the money supply and the demand for it. Words: 721

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