Commodity prices surge – Analyzing inflationary red flags

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10 thoughts on “Commodity prices surge – Analyzing inflationary red flags

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  3. For streaming stocks, BUY Amazon Prime, Disney +, Netflix.

    Profitable companies are Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Nvidia, Microsoft, Netflix, Zoom so these are the stocks you want to own.
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  4. "..especially rubber" shoots a hole in the "everything" hype. Why pick out one obscure item? Because prices of some things have gone way up…like rubber. So these items become the poster children for hypers selling video views. Sure, inflation is happening…good. It isn't high. It could grow faster but we don't know yet. Inflation, deflation, recession, overheating, etc…are always possible.

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