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Two inflation metrics – U.S. 1991 – 2020

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Source   “In the picture below I show the growth of 0 due to inflation using the traditional inflation metric (PCE deflator) used by the Fed in red, and an asset price adjusted metric, where the PCE deflator and the S&P 500 are equally weighted.”

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Two inflation metrics – U.S. 1991 – 2020

Source   “In the picture below I show the growth of $100 due to inflation using the traditional inflation metric (PCE deflator) used by the Fed in red, and an asset price adjusted metric, where the PCE deflator and the S&P 500 are equally weighted.”

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