Do Empty Shelves Count As Inflation?

Jim Campbell's

Comment by Jim Campbell

August 23rd, 2021

With the anticipated retaking of the House of Representatives back from the socialists currently running out country, I don’t see this as going to be a major problem.

I have noticed that the price of food has gone up making it a good place to invest your money for non perishable as they are rising like everything else butwe can store them.

Cheerios, Shreddies and Shredded Wheat breakfast cereal boxes, manufactured by Nestle Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Warning, what you see above you won’t be getting.

Not mentioned is boxes of normal size with significantly less food inside.

The Investment Watchdog

By John Rubino

August 23, 2021

The prices of a lot of things are up these days, which fits the common definition of “inflation.”

Meanwhile, an increasing number of products are appearing at the same price but in smaller…

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