Stagflation, a term coined in the '70s, while unrecognized by media and political factions today, is currently a reality.
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Or are we at the beginning of a period of domestic economic growth with accompanying increase in equity values?
Consumer spending appears to be on the upswing, but this may end when the Fed tightens monetary policy.
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U.S. fiscal and monetary policies are setting up our nation for Brazil-style stagflation.
Despite apparent emerging strength in the U.S. economy, the Fed is faced with serious consequences, if it moves toward a reduction of policy ease.
The U.S. debt is growing, the Fed money machine keeps going and many nations want to protect themselves by getting their gold out of foreign vaults.