Inflation Is Here: Learn to Protect Yourself
Have you bought groceries lately? Did your bill seem high?
No, you’re not going crazy.
We really are getting less than we used to for our money.
It’s no surprise. According to a recent study, the price of food and other grocery items is set to increase by an annualised rate of 6.8 per cent this year.
Have you seen an annualised 6.8% increase in your salary lately?
And what about cars?
Used car prices have surged, sometimes selling for more than they were bought half a decade ago.
Inflation isn’t just coming — it’s already here.
In fact, Deutsche Bank recently stated that we’re sitting on an inflation “time bomb” and “the effects could be devastating.”
There’s one thing we believe you should try and avoid at all costs when inflation hits.
And that’s doing nothing.
Money that just sits in the bank often loses value each and every year.
And that won’t change if rates rise, but inflation rises more quickly.
The bigger question most investors are asking is WHERE to put their money, rather than the bank.
And now, our talented team of analysts have identified 3 key stocks that they believe could not only help you survive rising prices, but actively thrive.
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