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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Inflation is currently over 4%. That won't last for long.
    Bladefd is finally vindicated. Inflation is now at 0%!

    Wait what's that you say? You mean zero percent over last month? Not compared to last year? It's really at 8.5%? But Biden just told us it was 0%. I need to learn to speak Bidenomics. Bladefd your the expert on this language. How does one go about speaking it so fluently?

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Inflation is currently over 4%. That won't last for long.

    The demand is currently greater than the supply in multiple industries, especially electronics. Things like microchip shortage won't last for very long imo. Probably in the next few months by the end of the year, it will be rolling again. Supply will once again surpass demand.

    I don't know what the feds plan on doing, but don't be surprised if they begin to slowly raising the interest rates



    This post surely aged well.

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    Getting chewing a hog dewormer.

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Inflation is breaking now, clowns. Seems we are at peak. Took a few rate increases. I was wrong about my initial timescale prediction, but we were waiting for rate increases. Several rate increases was what we needed and it would begin breaking by the end of the year. Feds waited too long for rate increases.

    I correctly predicted the Feds would start raising interest rates, but not my problem they waited so long to actually do it. By the end of this year, I expect inflation to be on the way down.
    Last edited by bladefd; 08-10-2022 at 04:16 PM.

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Inflation is breaking now, clowns. Seems we are at peak. Took a few rate increases. I was wrong about my initial timescale prediction, but we were waiting for rate increases. Several rate increases was what we needed and it would begin breaking by the end of the year. Feds waited too long for rate increases.

    I correctly predicted the Feds would start raising interest rates, but not my problem they waited so long to actually do it. By the end of this year, I expect inflation to be on the way down.
    You were DEAD wrong as usual. A year later and inflation more than doubled.

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Chewing View Post



    This post surely aged well.
    Ha - age and the extreme left are a strange tandem. Pelosi and Biden are geriatrics. No wonder some demented people revere them...

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