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Posts Tagged ‘deflation’


What Will Negative Rates Do to Bank Stocks?

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Deflation has hit Europe and Japan with negative interest rates. Now when some folks put money in the bank they need to pay interest to keep it there. Warren Buffett joked that […]

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Deflation Era Investments

The price of oil is way down and the consumer price index has fallen one percent in the last two months. Everyone is happy to be paying less to fill up their car but economists are concerned about deflation. What is deflation and what are some good deflation era investments? Deflation According to Investopedia deflation […]

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Return on Investment after Inflation

A question the long term investor always needs to ask is, “what is my return on investment after inflation?” For trust funds and other entities that require a long term approach to investing it is important to not lose the money and to make sure that there will always be a return on investment after […]

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How Much Cash to Keep as Cash

The United States government will need to borrow around $2.5 Trillion in 2009. A valid concern has been whether anyone would want to buy US treasury notes. The recent auction of $32 Billion in three year notes implies that investors are planning on keeping their money in short term cash instruments. Are these folks anticipating […]

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