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Brian Perry
ABOUT Brian

Brian has been actively involved in the financial markets for more than 20 years and has worked as a portfolio manager, strategist, and trader. At Pure Financial Advisors, Brian uses his extensive investment background and focus on behavioral finance to help clients navigate turbulent markets and stay on course towards their financial goals. Prior to [...]

Today, people are worried that the impact of government stimulus and easy monetary policy will spur inflation once COVID-19 vaccinations allow the economy to reopen. Additionally, trade disagreements and a desire to move supply chains back home could undo some of the disinflationary benefits globalization and offshoring have produced. Will inflation affect your finances in 2021? Brian Perry, CFP®, CFA®, Director of Research and Executive Vice President at Pure Financial Advisors, discusses the outlook for inflation in 2021 and whether it might impact your investment portfolio or your retirement planning.

 

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