07/17/20 Update – The economics of inflation; Predictions for this monetary system and how to invest for the future

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-These massive monetary and fiscal programs are “exothermic” in the short run. Unfortunately, they are “endothermic” in the longer run. The elites (and we) know this.
-Over the longer term, this massive stimulation eventually trickles up to the income-generating asset owners as profit. While those without the assets may spend much of this money, they are left to effectively service the resulting debt burden via their wage income.  As such, the wage earner’s quality of life slowly deteriorates. The process is very slow, so the average person cannot make the connection.
-By definition, the more assets that investors and business owners hold, the wealthier they become from this deficit spending.
-I provide a thorough analysis with observations and data confirming our suspicions. This analysis is vital for making our long-term preparations.
-We must keep the true spiritual aspects of this system in mind, so we are not deceived by the propaganda promoted by its supporters nor deterred by those professing its demise and collapse.
-My outlook on inflation runs counter to the conventional. We can make more timely predictions.
-Look at the next chart. There is a high long-term positive correlation between lower levels of public debt as a percent of GDP and higher inflation. The higher the economic debt burden, the lower the long-term inflationary potential.

The Fed knows this, but cannot publicly say so; As public debt as a percent of GDP explodes over time, inflationary pressures subside. Over time, a greater portion of future economic potential is devoted to servicing outstanding debt.
MZM continues to outpace nominal GDP growth and current estimates now peg it at an amount greater than GDP. The many routes that effectively sterilize this money have proven successful.
The long term trends are clear. The more public debt rises, the lower price inflation moves. Thus, current Fed monetary policy becomes more sustainable. The Fed wants inflation as low as possible and it knows that deficit spending is deflationary.
There are many ways the USG and Fed hide their tracks. The Fed encourages its member banks to park cash, while the USG benefits from the offshoring of dollars via the illegal drug business, balance of payments deficits, and military spending

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