Investment Strategy Today

In the mid-1970’s BusinessWeek had predicted the “Death of Equities” due to inflation. I also remember in the early 2000’s many investment experts predicted the low to zero interest rates were “temporary”. I’m also old enough to remember the same saying for Japan. Well the death of equities did not occur and the temporary low interest rates in the USA are not so temporary. Now with the velocity of money supply increasing and factors such as personal income increasing the probability of higher interest rates is increasing, but not at a rate that should put fear in the hearts of investors.

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Posted by Steven Albrecht