As the economy continues to recover from the effects of the pandemic over the past year, we all have noticed the term ‘inflation’ coming up in the news. Stock and bond prices may show some volatility in the short term, as the market and the economy adjust to find a new equilibrium. But don’t let it scare you! The fact is, some inflation is good because it means the economy is bouncing back.
That’s why, like always, it’s best to stay focused on your long-term financial goals rather than worry over any short-term noise.
Still, it’s reasonable to be well-informed about inflation, so if you’re interested in learning more, we’ve assembled a few trustworthy resources below that help put inflation in economic and historical context.
The Great Inflation: 1965-1982
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A Note About Inflation
October 22, 2021