The Picture of Financial Repression

If you are an aging retiree I don’t know where you hide… 

(…) Those holding US government debt are now expected to be losing nearly a percent per year when inflation is taken into account. It’s difficult to comprehend how a money manager (including institutional investors) with any sort of a fiduciary responsibility be long treasuries at this point. Yet many still are. 

One thought on “The Picture of Financial Repression

  1. Rosa

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