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Real World Food Prices Soar 14% In Just Two Months / June 19, 2017 With all the talk of food deflation that is supposed to result from the Whole Foods/Amazon merger, in the real world food prices have soared 14% in just the past two months. Real World Food Prices Soar 14% In 2 Months June 19 (King World News) – Here is what Peter Boockvar noted as the […]

Whatever Happened to Inflation after All This Money Printing? It Has Arrived! / by Wolf Richter • Feb 15, 2017 Workers, bondholders, savers get sacked. So what would Yellen do? Consumer prices surged 0.6% in January from December, double the consensus forecast of a 0.3% rise. The sharpest monthly increase since February 2013, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Energy prices jumped 4% month over month, including gasoline […]

PPI Synopsis: Final Demand for Goods -0.4%, Food Prices Down, Obamacare Up / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / September 15, 2016 The BLS reports PPI for Final Demand is Unchanged in August. Services rise 0.1% and goods decline 0.4%. Diving into the report we see services are up thanks to a hefty increase in Obamacare. Goods took a huge dip. Final demand services: The index for final demand […]

Global Warming And Food Prices / by Eric Matias Tavares of Sinclair & Co. on 03/15/2016 20:00 Given that we all have to eat and that there are some concerning environmental developments out there, here’s an interesting question: has global warming led to higher or lower food prices (thus far)? As always the answer depends on how this affects the […]

Money Printing Deja Vu – German Inflation Is Surging (Again) / by Tyler Durden on 03/31/2015 17:40  Weidmann had warned us about this…a new index, created by Handelsblatt, measuring the inflation of asset prices in Germany confirms the suspicion many have held – while German CPI stagnates (printing modestly hotter than expected today, driven by continued rises in higher gasoline prices and food prices), […]

WealthCycles Video Report – March 2015

Hello and Welcome to a Special March Edition of the WealthCycles Video Report.  In this episode, Mike is joined by Andy Tanner, the stock market expert from the Rich Dad Poor Dad organization.  They discuss the state of the stock market and tactics you can use to produce profits even at the top of the […]

Minimum Wage = Maximum Hardship

Looks Can Be Deceiving On November 4, 2014, the majority of voters in Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota chose to increase unemployment among the poorest people, prevent the most economically disadvantaged from breaking the cycle of poverty, raise the prices of food, clothing and other essentials, and discriminate against immigrants, minorities, and the young. […]

Low Inflation? The Price Of Ground Beef Has Risen 17 Percent Over The Past Year

Thanks to the Federal Reserve, the middle class is slowly being suffocated by rising food prices.  Every single dollar in your wallet is constantly becoming less valuable because of the inflation the Fed systematically creates.  And if you try to build wealth by saving money and earning interest on it, you still lose because thanks […]

20 Signs The Epic Drought In The Western United States Is Starting To Become Apocalyptic

When scientists start using phrases such as “the worst drought” and “as bad as you can imagine” to describe what is going on in the western half of the country, you know that things are bad.  Thanks to an epic drought that never seems to end, we are witnessing the beginning of a water crisis […]

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 […]