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Originally posted by TH3ON3
Thanks for the cool visual aids anachryon.
Thus creating hyper inflation. So any guess when the dollar will come tumbling down in value and the cost of everything going insanely upwards.
Originally posted by dingleberry77
I'm so sorry. This still doesn't make sense to me?
Charts look pretty and all but the jargon doesn't make sense to me.
Can someone explain for the dummies?
Originally posted by Rockpuck
I am a smart guy. I like to think anyways lol. And I have no problem admitting I am just not understanding the actual "implications" ..
We have a massive influx of "money" put onto the banks books.
But to actually SEE inflation, the people need the money, not the banks. Or to see deflation the money in circulation needs to be cut..
All these funds on the banks books, made up, borrowed or what have you.. what is the DIRECT effect on US?
And what is the time frame to see the "trickle down" of effect from the massive influx.
Typically trillions pumped into the markets would crash the currency.. but if every major market does it at the same rate we do, and every currency devalues at the same rate, or nearly, could it void out the effects of Hyper inflation?
Originally posted by Odessy
reply to post by anachryon
I follow your posts often.
Thank you kindly,
-from the non-finance people