Inflation Doesn’t Have to Suck

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Stepping Back

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  • Serious supply chain shortages in 2021 (remember Evergreen?)
  • Surge in demand trying to spend the wealth we accumulated in 2020
  • Labor shortages that forced companies to pay more in wages, but also then raise prices to cover the increased wages
  • Enormous money printing and thus available dollars
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