Inflation and the Stock Market
Inflation, which we were told was but a temporary passing phenomenon, has reached its maximum peak in four decades. We must not get anxious about this inflation, a well-known enemy to the economy and a catastrophe for the citizens, that has yet to be accused, by the professionals and the media, of harming the economy.
Now, the stock market and investors’ massive losses have been attributed, for the first time, to inflation, which is huge.
None of the stock market's professional analysts have dared to call the market’s tanking a . . .