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If you have to ask anonymous strangers on the internet for suggestions about what to invest in then you probably shouldn't be investing. A better plan would be to invest in a free library card and begin the road to financial literacy. If you'd rather not travel, try the internet. Web sites like Investopedia will provide a rather broad based knowledge of ...


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Don’t be too concerned. Inflation is a function of both the money supply and the velocity of money, and of course the velocity of money has slowed down a lot during the pandemic and so the money supply has had to be increased in order to compensate for that and avoid serious deflation. In most cases, it’s been done in ways that can be reversed as the ...


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Here is one way to approach this: Take money out of your investments by looking backwards. Look back and see what they returned in the last 12 months and factor in inflation, and then take everything above that. You may have to pay taxes on any capital gains, so you will not be able to spend all of that money, unless you plan on paying all your taxes from ...


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