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nflation or Deflation? "Yes," Says Chris Martenson, Who Sees 'Stagflation' Coming



August 09, 2010 – Comments (3)

The Federal Reserve will announce it’s latest interest rate decision on Tuesday.  Few are expecting the central bank to raise rates.  Instead the attention, as it has been over the last year-plus, will be focused on the Federal Reserve’s wording.  Will they signal another round of quantitative easing based on fears of deflation?

The theme of deflation has picked up steam among some of the world’s top investors, as we recently chronicled with the Wall Street Journal’s Gregory Zuckerman.

Yet many reading this must be thinking: What deflation?  The price of gasoline, food, healthcare, education are all getting more expensive.

Ask Chris Martenson, inflation or deflation? The economic researcher responds, “Yes!”

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#1) On August 10, 2010 at 12:10 AM, ChrisGraley (28.73) wrote:

I've got to be getting close to 2 years now on calling stagflation.

It's not too late to buy silver people.


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#2) On August 10, 2010 at 12:22 AM, dwot (29.67) wrote:

I was wanting to look at stocks with someone.  Think you might be interested?

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#3) On August 10, 2010 at 8:10 AM, ChrisGraley (28.73) wrote:

Sorry dwot, I missed your post. If you post the stocks you wanted to look at, I'll give you my opinion.

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