Has the financial media got you concerned about inflation? In this video, Pure’s Director of Research and Executive Vice President, Brian Perry, CFP®, CFA, provides his take on whether inflation is a problem right now, whether it’s transitory, and how to ensure your investment portfolio is properly prepared.
- Cost of living increase since WWII
- Inflation rate since 1996
- Inflation Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Core CPI
- 12 month price change in energy
- The federal deficit
- The bond market: 10 year Treasuries, “real” yields
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