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Inflation v Deflation, Low Hanging Fruit and the Depression



September 09, 2009 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GE , QQQ , XOM

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#1) On September 09, 2009 at 11:33 AM, lemoneater (57.10) wrote:

I wonder how exactly the current low cost of gasoline figures in to this whole inflation v deflation scenario. It certainly gives me better buying power. Lower gas=more for me to spend on groceries and discretionary items (I'm lower middle class income). From my point of view, we are not in a depression because my grandparents lived through it and things are not as bad as they had it. I don't have to turn my clothing inside out and redye it to look nice for instance and I can eat meat every day not just on special days. There are so many factors to consider so I find macro advice interesting and helpful.

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#2) On September 22, 2011 at 1:22 PM, kirkydu (91.21) wrote:

So, as it turns out, as I said in 2009, deflation, not inflation is the boogyman.

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