“I’m always amazed how many people forget that ordinary stocks are an inflation hedge over the long-term. Spikes in inflation and interest rates can certainly harm stock returns in the short run, and many investors in the 70s remember this well. But stock shares represent a real and productive asset. If prices rise, so too should revenue.”

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“I’m always amazed how many people forget that ordinary stocks are an inflation hedge over the long-term. Spikes in inflation and interest rates can certainly harm stock returns in the short run, and many investors in the 70s remember this well. But stock shares represent a real and productive asset. If prices rise, so too should revenue.”