Timothy from ND posted over 2 years ago:

What is the best approach to hedge against the upcoming inflation that is here and will continue for the next few years??

Charles from IL posted over 2 years ago:


Historically, stocks have provided the best hedge against inflation over the long-term. Buying bonds with different maturities and then reinvesting the proceeds into new bonds as they mature will allow you to lower the risk of your portfolio while capturing potentially higher interest rates without having to forecast what those rates will be. You can also own inflation-adjusted bonds, such as TIPS. - Charles Rotblut

Alan from CO posted over 2 years ago:

I found the last newsletter (AAII's Stock Selection Tool) from Mr. Wayne Thorpe difficult to read due to the dark grey background. Could the background be changed to yellow or another color that is easier to read and doesn't drain printer ink when printed?

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