Silver as an investment

Maximum Wage Law Targets Subtraction of 2% Annually – Groceries Again On Rise

Prices are going up more briskly now, and we at WealthCycles have always maintained that it would be the growing gap between and expenses and incomes, or real income, resulting from central bank targeted annual price inflation (core commonly set to 2%), that’d finally trigger the loss of public faith in in fiat and monetary planning.

This means sovereign bond yields are a tool used to spur human action, such as persuading people to take on debt now versus later. Simply look at Japan, and the Federal Reserve’s percentage of ownership in the Treasury market (1/3), and the degree to which we have seen the derivatives markets control the cash markets referenced in the derivative contracts, and it becomes clear that significantly negative real yields can persist. Japan presently borrows yen for 10 years at well under 1% interest, while the U.S. has only hit 1.379% (in 2012) so far, such low rates explainable only by the erroneous belief that tax revenues will blossom in a depression (boosting yields, if the story of a recovery is to be believed).

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