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If Inflation = 10%, What Should I Invest In

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Hi,

If I expect inflation to go rampant e.g. 15% (forget the hidden inflation argument as I am aware of this) and wish to protect the buying power of my money what should i do?

I keep remembering that inflation is caused by creating more money and now realise that 15% inflation for 5 years is not impossible. In fact looking at monetary growth it could be worse.

I don't expect hyperinflation (>15% per month) or else i'd be investing in printing company shares (they did well in hyper inflation Germany).

I just wonder what did well in the 1970's. I already have a position in Gold so I am looking for other asset classes as all eggs in one basket is a poor investment choice.

thanks in advance.

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Hi,

If I expect inflation to go rampant e.g. 15% (forget the hidden inflation argument as I am aware of this) and wish to protect the buying power of my money what should i do?

Buy a house.

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