Inflation; the Silent Bandit

A deeper look into the concept of intentional Economic Inflation

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Inflation is prejudiced, as it benefits a few and destroys others. That is a trait that not everyone appreciates in our modern economic sphere. People with tangible assets, such as property or stocked commodities, may like to see some inflation as it tends to raise their assets’ worth.




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