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Which Assets Can Jump the Inflation Hurdle?

Most investors think of their portfolio returns in nominal terms—the actual return on the investment without considering the impact of inflation. In a low-inflation environment, that way of thinking may not be particularly harmful.

But when inflation increases, thinking in nominal terms can be very detrimental, especially to long-term investment planning.

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