Price of EVERYTHING Up But What’s the REAL Reason? Commodities Supercycle or Price Gouge?

Food prices continue to rise. Inflation is coming. More money moving into the stock market. Value stocks have seen more inflows and tech stocks and other growth stocks are also performing well. More money is being pumped in from all sides, creating a massive bull market that apparently will never end as we are on a permanently high plateau. Stimulus driving markets higher.

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15 thoughts on “Price of EVERYTHING Up But What’s the REAL Reason? Commodities Supercycle or Price Gouge?

  1. Bitcoin is the future  ,investing in it now is the wisest thing to do now especially the current rise

  2. Hope you Bern Outs and democnraps didn't spend your stimi and unemployment checks on dope….you gonna need it to eat.

  3. As I'm sure you know that package shrinkage is nothing new. It's been going on for as long as there has been "packaging". What I see now is a mix of price gouging by some because of supply chain bottlenecks. The supply is there, just not here. I have some shipments sitting in Singapore since February, thank you covid lockdown. Parts I buy for my small manufacturing business. I've been buying the same parts stateside for 4-9x the price just to get by. I believe there will be some relief at the ports in the third quarter. Air shipping rates have not only gone up but the weights have been changed by the vendors to bump up their price on the same products.
    Not so recently in 2014, I was having my morning constitution with a newly purchased bundle of Scott TP sitting in front of me with the nealry empty old package. Same physical size but exacty 10% smaller sheets. No price change. And here I though my ass was getting bigger.
    The lumber "shortage" is a myth, the mills that are runnimg at capacity are getting paid nearly the same, the retailers are working almost the same margins. The distributors are raping the economy. That is why you would see the trains and depots backed up. The big distributors are wanting to make up for lost revenues/price increases from ten years ago.
    Get on board the crazy train!

  4. My experience of 45 years in business, once prices are higher they seldom come down at all except for a severe recession which is no good for anyone, except as you say, the top 1% who thrive no matter what.

  5. Declining ore grades… more energy is necessary to acquire the input materials, combined with lack of investment in these sectors, there has not been new mines coming online to replace the ones that have been drained.

  6. Treasury prints new dollars , world uses less dollars = huge inflation. World uses more dollars less inflation in country of dollar Origen.

  7. Thanks for your book recommendation👍

    The sense of responsibility in the financial community for the community as a whole is not small. It is nearly nil.

    John Kenneth Galbraith, The Great Crash of 1929

  8. They need to keep the base of the whole Pyramid " fattened up" to support the little detached upper pyramid.
    The answer is in the back of your dollar bill.
    The" money changers" back in biblical days are Controlling.

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