Suddenly investors are panicked that inflation is taking over. But what if they’re wrong? Well, that could be a costly mistake if they’re betting their portfolio’s future on it. Because there’s a strong case to be made that we’re now actually entering a period of dis-inflation, one that has a high risk of tipping into outright deflation by next year. Investment manager Mento Pento pulls no punches in arguing why this is indeed the inevitable path we’re now on. In this hard-hitting interview, Michael explains why the Fed and Congress don’t have the air cover to continue the same magnitude of stimulus that the market is now addicted to — and thus won’t be able to resume it until after the next painful market correction arrives.
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