This is a chart with the inflation rate in my country over the years:
It was the highest in 1993, at 256.1%.
I was wondering if it would have made sense to save money in the years of high inflation and have them regain value later on.
Logically, it makes sense you would want to do that. The money has less value but there is plenty of it. So you can save a lot in times of high inflation and then wait 10-20 years for the money to get its value back (assuming you can afford to save the money when inflation is high - I'm also assuming inflation will go down not go exponential and spiral out of control).
I was a kid in 1993, so I don't recall how things unfolded then. But does it make sense or are there other things to consider that invalidate this logic?