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CPI Is A Highly Flawed Measure Of Inflation

It Doesn’t Capture The Cost Of Funding Your Retirement

(Not intended to be investment advice)

CPI Inflation understates true inflation. CPI’s flaw is that it only looks at the changes in price of a consumable basket of goods and services. It completely ignores investment assets such as houses (which double as a real asset)




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Tony Yiu

Tony Yiu

Data scientist. Founder Alpha Beta Blog. Doing my best to explain the complex in plain English. Support my writing:

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