Will the Fed's aggressive expansionary measures lead to hyperinflation?
Yes (74%, 223 Votes)
No (26%, 80 Votes)
Total Voters: 303
The Federal ReserveThe central bank in control of regulating the U.S. financial and monetary system. has tripled the monetary base over the last four years and inflationThe price changes over time in consumer goods and services, quantified in the consumer price index (CPI). remains below two percent. Despite the Fed’s money pumping, hyperinflation is not afoot.
For an analysis of how allayed inflationary fears will lead to a more robust real estate recovery, see the upcoming October issue.
Hyperinflation, meet the Boogie Man
Since trends in real estate prices and sales volume are in fact lagging indicators of the greater economy’s vitals, it is essential to look at leading indicators and economic drivers in order to prognosticate the real estate market’s expected growth or continued decline.
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