Airline tickets have increased, gasoline has skyrocketed, and even the price of milk has shot up. The entire world is on edge with even the smallest mention of inflation. With numbers through the roof, many are left financially perplexed. Though this inflationary period won’t last forever, it’s essential to protect your purchasing power.
During this episode, Wes Moss shares what we can do to invest in an inflationary environment. He also reveals the root cause of inflation while analyzing historic examples of economic disequilibrium, stagflation, and growth stocks vs. value stocks. Further, Wes explains the concept of participation vs. perfection in relation to investing and shares examples of elastic and inelastic products, along with the impact the pandemic had on the economy.
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