Why Haven’t We Seen Hyperinflation?

28 Th01, 2021
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Coming straight from the Federal Reserve, we started this period with around 4 trillion US Dollars in the system. One year later, that number is at 6.7 trillion dollars. Meaning that over 40% of all US dollars were printed in just the last 12 months. And from the looks of it, no one seems to be in a rush to slow things down. And strangely enough, we haven’t seen much inflation for everyday goods like gas and food? Prices definitely haven’t gone up anywhere near 40%?. Where’s the inflation?
The reason why we haven’t seen inflation is because the amount of money being printed is only one of the factors that contributes to inflation
To get inflation, here’s everything you need:
1. Industrial Output: how much “stuff” an economy makes
2. Employment
Too much employment leads to employers fighting over workers, which leads to higher wages, which leads to higher prices
3. The Money Supply: the main topic of this video and probably the easiest to understand
More money when an economy is producing the same amount or less stuff equals higher prices
And 4. If money is exchanging hands, and if so, how fast is it exchanging hands, or the Velocity of Money
And in our case right now, the money supply has shot up a ridiculous amount, but the other factors have been keeping inflation down
Industrial Output: It’s been down from businesses not being able to operate, which means less stuff. But there’s also less demand from you and I to buy those things.
Employment has also definitely taken a hit. And with less employment comes lower wages, which means lower prices. Not inflation.
And the Velocity of Money. It’s pretty slow for everyone with all the uncertainty in the air. People don’t want to spend a lot of money right now if they don’t know if they’re gonna be able to find a job or keep their job
But you know what they are gonna spend it on? The things that only go up! Like Tesla stock, every other stock, real estate, and Bitcoin!
But instead of calling it inflation, we call it the stock market rally, the real estate boom, crypto’s time to shine or the great crypto bubble depending on who you ask.
Should the money printer keep going brr? Can the money printer keep going brrr?
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    Jake TranJake TranTháng trước
    • @Jake Tran This video totally misses the point. The government doesn't spend the money on nothing, it spends it on jobs, hardship benefits, infrastructure, hospitals, schools all of which have a much larger benefit over the long term. Prices might rise for a few years, boo hoo, but on the bright side your entire economy didn't collapse. This pandemic was the opportunity for governments to upgrade public infrastructure to keep the economy going while the private sector has been suffering. I am so glad that I am from New Zealand, where we have a competent government which is democratically representative and where we disdain politicians who are as abhorrent as the one you voted into the last term. Here in New Zealand our government is spending their extra money on upgrading our entirely country, solving a housing shortage and addressing climate change. We defeated Covid in May with a lockdown and our economy has barely even taken a hit because of our success in totally eliminating it for almost a year. This video is entirely based on a straw man argument. A misunderstanding of the point of government spending, you never once mention where that spending goes or what it does to put money in peoples pockets so the economy continues to function. This video is just another part of the American paranoia of their own government (an institution which is suppose to be for the public good), a paranoia which is mostly based on false slander from the right wing and is ultimately self fulfilling.

      Andrew LamontAndrew Lamont18 giờ trước
    • @Leveraged Up Degenerate black farmers ?? Nothing about the ppl taking all the wealth out the nation n fleeing to Australia and Canada. alt right talking points.

      m3abdim3abdi3 ngày trước
    • Only in the US

      MoJoMoJo4 ngày trước
    • 00p0]

      Charlie and the STONKSCharlie and the STONKS8 ngày trước
    • You are misrepresenting MMT, probably because so many partially informed people are attempting to teach it. There is a caution involved concerning inflation unless you tax out the excess as needed.

      Lee AlexanderLee Alexander10 ngày trước
  • Yeah, you don't understand the current economic climate at all. Money isn't being "printed". This is the common narrative used by right wing pundits in the hoped to stop helping people who have been most hit by the pandemic/lockdown (I.e. the poor). This money you're talking about isn't going to people - this is why there's no inflation. Starting during the great recession, a failed economic theory originating from Japan was implemented in most of the developed world - Quantitative Easing. Tens of trillions have been created and pushed through QE around the world since, never achieving the goal of 2% inflation in the US in 13 years. The reason is because they are buying junk stock from Banks and Corporate Bonds - who then, in turn, hoard the cash or push dividents/buybacks. This is a very well reported reaction. The reason inflation isn't happening is because the money has stayed with banks, the ultra rich, and corporations who have made historic profits off the misery of others. Inflation requires that the money "printed" is in circulation which has NOT happened. This narrative you're pushing is often used as a way to demonize those in need for requesting help during a global pandemic because they aren't privileged enough to have a job that can be done at home. This is an illegitimate argument. If you don't know economics, if you're not digging into the weeds of economic policy. Then don't say anything. You're part of the problem.

    Nadim FetaihNadim Fetaih45 phút trước
  • INVEST IN SPIFFCOIN

    The ScramblerThe ScramblerGiờ trước
  • Didnt they print 2 trillion for the bank bail out

    Bob ManBob ManGiờ trước
  • The explanation on why we haven't seen inflation yet is much simpler in my opinion. Money (fiat currency i.e. USD) has not lost value (USD losing value = inflation) because the demand for it has and is rising. The Fed can sort of see this and so they continue printing. And potentially, this may never cause inflation if the equilibrium I will explain below is maintained. The question then is, why do normal people, investors, etc... demand money in such a huge way (that allows the Fed to make the printer go BRRRRR)? Well, fiat currency is a government-backed asset, just like the usual debt they emit, that in most developed economies is currently under negative interest rates (which means that these government-backed assets are hugely valued and demanded). In other words, government-backed assets are hugely valued, being money a type of these assets it naturally is hugely valued. But why are government-backed assets so demanded? There are two combined reasons for this. First, is that profits in the private sector are shit. Through regulations, taxes and government intervention in general markets have become more inefficient. Second, capital sees no investment opportunities and decides to hibernate. What assets are the most secure out there? Government-backed ones. This shouldn't come as a surprise. If a business does bad, it becomes broke. If the State does bad, it taxes people. THIS IS WHERE THE POWER OF THE STATE COMES FROM. Of course this only works in rich countries in which there is wealth for the government to steal in the first place. A dynamic economy is needed to drain resources from it. If you are still reading you probably don't see the link between taxes, and backing the value of the dollar. The thing is to think of fiat currency as usual debt. Let's imaging that people read this and start selling their USD for BTC or whatever. Demand decreases, the offer remains equal, value drops. What does the central bank (the Fed) do? They buy USD (taking it out of the market, hence reducing the offer of USD)(low demand, low offer = stable price). And how do they buy money? Have in mind, the Fed prints money and uses it to buy government debt, buy gold, and a few other assets. This is more or less the Fed's balance sheet. So if they bought this stuff (more technically their assets) by issuing currency (liability), if they want to buy dollars, they sell their assets. That's the connection, by selling government debt, two things can happen: the fed sells it in the market (you don't really want to do it) or government pays it straight away. Since the government cannot print an inflationary currency, nor issue more debt, the only way to maintain the value of fiat currency is through taxation. Here is where it gets interesting. Why doesn't Venezuela do this, and the US does? As I said before, you need a wealth-creating economy to be able to tax it. Investors buy US debt because they are aware that the US will be able to pay it. Which is equivalent to saying "Investors buy US debt because they are aware that the US citizens will pay it through taxes". There is no free lunch here. What holds the system together is the fact that the State has the ability to rob people to pay the debt back. And this could go on forever as long as the US (or any other solvent State) makes sure that their debt is not higher than their ability to rob people (tax). Final reflections. There is only one question left. Why does the government use fiat currency in this system, instead of issuing usual debt and let investors figure out that can pay it through taxing people? This will blow up your mind. The usual federal reserve banknote (cash) is a liability as we said before. And if it is a liability for the Fed, by definition, it has to be an asset for someone else. More specifically, its users. You and I. Now think about the example in the paragraphs above. For the government, debt is a liability, but for the fed, it is an asset. By buying US debt, the Fed is financing the US government. Now back to cash, by holding USD as an asset (as the fed holds US debt) YOU ARE FINANCING THE FED (as the Fed finances the US government). Returning to our question, why does the State use fiat instead of usual debt to finance its spending? TO MAKE THE POPULATION FINANCE IT WITHOUT THEM REALISING. That's the trick. Getting millions to finance you in the shadow. What a perfect depiction of the true and sick nature of the State. The king is now naked. Welcome to your world.

    Álvaro MoroñoÁlvaro Moroño2 giờ trước
  • Because your 40% figure is wrong because of the numbers you used..... Did you count physical dollars, plus electronic dollars, plus all outstanding US Treasury bonds because those are dollars as well?.... I think it's more like 10% and I think the FED RES is being pretty calculated in exactly how much they're printing at a time. Ben was very good at printing just enough to counter the deflation without causing inflation... I think the FED this time is erroring on the side of inflation but still being reasonable about how much it's printing. The other factor is the DEBT level, and how slow the speed of money is in the economy because of the low wages the average worker gets compared to total GDP and CEO pay....

    ecrean99ecrean992 giờ trước
  • yet !

    andy simpsonandy simpson3 giờ trước
  • Cause we are in an economic crisis in which the spending of people is not increasing in an absolute manner. Yes, they are spending money from the economic stimulus, but they are not spending the same money they were spending before in other things, and from other sources of income. That’s the quick answer, there are much more variables but no need for a 20+ minute video....

    decoder55killerdecoder55killer5 giờ trước
  • saying "goes brrr" sounds like you're some fucking child

    AmnesiaAmnesia7 giờ trước
  • The gold standard is one of the possible ways to tie currency to something, its not the only way. The problem happens when the currency is not tied to anything at all, thats when they can create it without restriction because there is no mechanism of restriction in place.

    BigChiefWiggles VBigChiefWiggles V7 giờ trước
  • Always remember that there are people in control and they don't necessarily want money to lose meaning. Without value to our money, there isn't much power. So, thank heavens for the rest of us, controls are put into place, allowances are made, and we keep the system patched together. Whether this will work forever is another matter. We as a people learned much from the Great Depression and the other events in history, but you can only compensate a certain amount for a certain time scale. What happens thereafter is totally unknown. In ancient times, the map of the unknown would simply state: here be dragons...

    thomas aquinasthomas aquinas9 giờ trước
  • When we got the printed money, we funneled it, mostly to amazon and other big companies, inflation didn't happen as it didn't go to the people.

    A GamerA Gamer9 giờ trước
  • You had Robert Murphy on! Nice! Anyone that appears on MisesMedia has a great insight into economics.

    Adam BrightAdam Bright9 giờ trước
  • For some companies, I actually buy stocks to help them become successful because I believe in their goals. Like Crispr, for instance. I want to know if this is a bad idea.

    Adam BrightAdam Bright9 giờ trước
  • You should check your facts. 0:17

    Noobii420Noobii42011 giờ trước
  • Trends is trash

    NigelehtNigeleht11 giờ trước
  • buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold buy my gold 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Android GamersAndroid Gamers11 giờ trước
  • Hyperinflation is happening now. Job losses and increased utilities due to 'virus'.

    ezrhino100ezrhino10012 giờ trước
  • That's why we need an independent fed, one where the government can't intervene. Let's also bring back child labor and chattel slavery while we're at it.

    AdrianCastilloAlAdrianCastilloAl12 giờ trước
  • Who are the 4th and 5th person behind Jake next to Jordan Peterson, Robert Greene and Elon Musk ?

    Amol GhugeAmol Ghuge13 giờ trước
  • seems like there's no way out; we ultimately rely on currency

    Leonard VLeonard V16 giờ trước
  • 20:10 A large part a good’s value is the human labor that went into making it. But this is becoming less true every day. New technology reduces or eliminates human labor needed for a good. When labor isn’t a factor, it divorces work from value. Over time the work portion of a good’s value becomes smaller. The only cost will be the scarcity of the materials the good is made of, and energy to make it. Energy (and value) need not come from human labor.

    Chris itsmeyayChris itsmeyay16 giờ trước
  • don't banks also create currency via the fractional reserve system? so the government doesn't have a monopoly.

    thuzan117thuzan11717 giờ trước
  • wait for it, it is amost there.

    debendra gurungdebendra gurung18 giờ trước
  • @Jake Tran This video totally misses the point. The government doesn't spend the money on nothing, it spends it on jobs, hardship benefits, infrastructure, hospitals, schools all of which have a much larger benefit over the long term. Prices might rise for a few years, boo hoo, but on the bright side your entire economy didn't collapse. This pandemic was the opportunity for governments to upgrade public infrastructure to keep the economy going while the private sector has been suffering. I am so glad that I am from New Zealand, where we have a competent government which is democratically representative and where we disdain politicians who are as abhorrent as the one you voted into the last term. Here in New Zealand our government is spending their extra money on upgrading our entirely country, solving a housing shortage and addressing climate change. We defeated Covid in May with a lockdown and our economy has barely even taken a hit because of our success in totally eliminating it for almost a year. This video is entirely based on a straw man argument. A misunderstanding of the point of government spending, you never once mention where that spending goes or what it does to put money in peoples pockets so the economy continues to function. This video is just another part of the American paranoia of their own government (an institution which is suppose to be for the public good), a paranoia which is mostly based on false slander from the right wing and is ultimately self fulfilling. The deficiencies the American people see in their government are nothing more than the embodiment of the deficiencies present in the American people.

    Andrew LamontAndrew Lamont18 giờ trước
  • So basically, when the pandemic is over and economy opens, shit is going to go down HARD.

    Fanatik4EverFanatik4Ever18 giờ trước
  • When you see the billion mark notes, be aware that it's long scale. It has 12 zeros, not the US usage of 9 zeros

    Rhyno SourisRhyno Souris19 giờ trước
  • Some of our dollars say on the back "made in China".

    Ken ZedroKen Zedro21 giờ trước
  • A decrease in production is the worry. Unemployment and no one producing products but ppl still spending money on goods. But we have Amazon. So we’re safe. 🤣

    James AmericaJames America21 giờ trước
  • Soo basically fisher equation?

    Gam IyedGam Iyed22 giờ trước
  • Maybe for essential and most popular goods there hasn't been enough demand to drive up prices, but we have already seen this in hobbyist goods likes computer parts and gaming consoles this year. There isn't enough production in these areas and too much money concentrated in the hands of the few that have created this demand/supply imbalance. There's your inflation at work.

    The Droopytown NetworkThe Droopytown NetworkNgày trước
  • The reason we didn't have hyperinflation is because the U.S. exports its inflation and puts it in financial instruments to act as sinkholes. The dollar is the world reserve currency so there's trillions in saudi arabia, china, india, etc in reserve like we used to with gold or the pound sterling. Since the new money is made and given as handouts to us security holders the money just gets put back into buying other securities which pay out over very long periods of time slowly leaking into consumer prices or the money gets put in a bank driving the supply of credit up lowering interest rates when the amount of real resources hasn't changed. Then everyone races to get to use the savings first until the government stops the game of musical chairs every 7 to 10 years.

    Jason SchmollerJason SchmollerNgày trước
    • And/or because the federal reserve enforces regulations against making new loans like Ben Bernanke did.

      Jason SchmollerJason SchmollerNgày trước
  • "the money doesn't just come from thin air" well, it seems it literally does.

    Rasmus SyrjäläRasmus SyrjäläNgày trước
  • We're getting inflation. You can print as much money as you want and artificially manipulate markets as much as you want. But resources are still SCARCE and infinite money cannot change scarcity.

    theedwardiantheedwardianNgày trước
  • The stock market and the real estate business in USA is now a total scam.

    Vin OneVin OneNgày trước
  • Money is not real. It's some shit dumbasses made up. Y'all act like any of this matters. Will your bank account balance make you feel any better when we have no food and no resources due to climate catastrophe? Morons.

    StalinStalinNgày trước
  • 0:35 Treaty of Versighs. Ha

    John KayJohn KayNgày trước
  • This video is so incredibly misinformed... Quantitative easing aka "printing money", doesn't mean the central bank is literally throwing dollars into the air for people to grab. It's an asset swap. Which means they take one type of asset (money) and trade it with another (usually long term government bonds). That means that no REAL value is actually introduced into the economy to force infaltion. It just means there is going to be relatively more money assets, and relatively less bonds. That means BONDS rise in prices, which will lower the return per invested dollar, which in turn (in theory) can help boost spending. At this point people shouldn't worry about inflation or hyperinflation for that matter, people should actually worry about deflation, which is a very real threat given the current economic climate. Inflation and hyperinflation happens when the government prints money and GIVE it away. This is not what they're doing. They're printing money, to buy up other assets. It's completely different, with a completely different outcome. Don't base your investments on this youtube smuck.. He's got no clue... jesus...

    Jonas VestergårdJonas VestergårdNgày trước
  • The weimar republic was formed 9 days before the war ended and had nothing to do with it, your history is absolutely horrendous.

    Gustavs MaskavsGustavs MaskavsNgày trước
  • 💰 You don't need money to survive the Earth gives you everything for FREE. This whole money thing is a scam. Animals do not pay for food, water, and land. The problem is GREED.

    Sicarrio HSicarrio HNgày trước
  • Wait two years and see what happens.

    Wills LlsWills LlsNgày trước
  • One thing that isn't taken into account is his argument is productivity as oppposed to just being in the system (as a worker). Inflation is an issue, but the world is a much different place than it was 50 years ago. A farmer can produce several orderes of magnatude more than they could back then.

    George VieiraGeorge VieiraNgày trước
  • Before Biden gasoline was $2.20. One month after Biden gas is $3.05. Biden was installed by the oligarchy.

    OWLOWLNgày trước
    • you are a dumbass. holy shit.

      Mr. ThanosMr. ThanosNgày trước
  • Weimar Republic-Socialist Party Hungary-Communist Government after war Venzuela- Socialismo Zimbabwe- communists seized power from Rhodesian government USA-January 6th self-proclaimed socialists seize power through the media Seeing a pattern yet.

    Dan DittoDan DittoNgày trước
  • Did some of these governments think of using scientific notation on the national currency?

    Gillaume PouquetteGillaume PouquetteNgày trước
  • wont that cause a domino effect all over the world

    bladextr vmbladextr vmNgày trước
  • if they raise the minimum wage they are going to blame that for inflation i see it now

    bladextr vmbladextr vmNgày trước
  • I'm from Hungary. We had a pictures in our history textbook, one of a bucket of money that they used to buy 4 potatoes and one another where they sweeped piles of Pengő bills from the street. Nowdays 1 usd in 300 Hungarian Forints and it still sounds confusing many times. It's insanity to think about what happened before.

    Sylveser LazarusSylveser LazarusNgày trước
  • We get it....Inflation was unbelievably high. No need to spend half the video going over the numbers.

    David PallanteDavid PallanteNgày trước
  • Because Trump did not allow it, he is reborn Jesus.

    V PV PNgày trước
  • Whatever, just give me my $1400!

    David OMalleyDavid OMalleyNgày trước
  • Great job. I was able to trim my toenails on both feet during your presentation without even reaching for the mouse.

    alundrachilealundrachileNgày trước
  • We will not experience hyperinflation, because our economy is run by the banks. Trump wasn't as obedient as the banker liked, so he was replaced with a more reliable servant. Because hyperinflation would instantly wipe out everybody's debt, the bankers will not allow inflation to rise too much too quickly. If you really believe hyperinflation is likely in the near future, buy a new car and max out your credit cards!

    Paul KentPaul KentNgày trước
  • 24:48 I know the 1st 3 guys in the pictures. Awesome guys!! Can someone tell me who the other 2 on the right are? Thanks!

    Angel-OAngel-ONgày trước
  • That’s why I have Bitcoin but China has the majority of cryptocurrency and the government owns it and that’s making it centralised.

    KyodusKyodusNgày trước
    • yeah and I would not be at all surprised if the US government bans a particular crypto or exchange because its got 'ties to the chinese government'

      hugh mungushugh mungus13 giờ trước
  • Bad politicians and like cancers.

    Dan BlairDan BlairNgày trước
  • ...without something tangible...like Gold...to back up Dollar Receipts...is the US Economy a Counterfeit Economy with a fake currency...how can Americans be materialists when the US Dollar isn't even supported by a material object like Gold...can't have materialism without matter...America becomes a Paper Tiger when their currency isn't worth the paper it's printed on...

    Maurice RoseMaurice RoseNgày trước
  • Starts to answer title question at 8:28

    David SutherlandDavid SutherlandNgày trước
  • The problem in Venezuela is US and European sanctions. The government, since Chavez was first elected, had drastically reduced poverty. Leave it to the west to screw that up.

    Gregg LeslieGregg LeslieNgày trước
  • Peter Schiff is incapable of not strawmanning.

    hangukhiphophangukhiphopNgày trước
  • tl;dr buy crypto. i suggest NANO

    Andrea PassagliaAndrea PassagliaNgày trước
  • Try trends for one week. This week it's $1, tomorrow it might be $2 due to hyperinflation

    dilutedukdilutedukNgày trước
  • Don't worry.... minimum wage will go up, our tax contribution will also go up and our debt should go down faster. See...it all works out.

    Pedro ZuritaPedro ZuritaNgày trước
  • Germany was the German Empire in WW1. It became the Weimar Republic because it lost.

    Ar 234Ar 234Ngày trước
  • GOLD SILVER CRYPTO

    Masked MarzMasked MarzNgày trước
  • Buy gme

    Trippington Productions & Co.Trippington Productions & Co.Ngày trước
  • HAHAHAHAHA.... Yeah, you missed the mark. Nice fear mongering though.

    Dee'sNutzDee'sNutzNgày trước
  • Hate to be a white person in Zimbabwe and South Africa. You see the train wreck coming, Your stuff gets stolen from you by the government because of the color of your skin, and you are still called a racist because you are white, you have nothing to protect yourself against the government and crime, you are outnumbered. Your only option is to uproot your entire family for another country like Russia. And when they took your farm away but didn't know how to farm it so prices of food skyrocket, they still blame you.

    Mark MarcoMark MarcoNgày trước
  • Printing money doesn't mean it has value but in our minds is does cuz it's what we use. The people who print the money know it doesn't. We have been bamboozled.

    diggin deepforlovediggin deepforloveNgày trước
  • Firearms will hold their value.

    TN6565TN6565Ngày trước
  • The money has been going to the rich who don't need to spend a dime more. They just buy more assets with it and that's why we have a run up in asset prices and barely any consumer goods inflation.

    Tony IgweTony IgweNgày trước
  • I want 15$ min wage I could do good with that money...😔 but I also know it’s a death trap.

    M. L.M. L.2 ngày trước
    • @1893 Benz Victoria we can talk all day about what’s happening in America...me a small part of it is that we have let big business take over America. These companies are starting to pull out of America/prioritize overseas business or they are going out of business. Today Macy’s made the news again, 125 stores closing. Last week the Office Depot in my town closed down. The point is, if all of these companies are no longer investing in America and they disappear what is going to take their place? Nobody because small business can’t make it anymore unless you’re in a big city. Go to any small town and you will find that the shops and stores have been around for decades, go to a big city and it’s like musical chairs who will fail next?

      M. L.M. L.Ngày trước
    • Investment into things like the minumum wage and things like that are a much better idea than these people are letting on. When European countries were on the verge of collapse after WW2 they invested in social policy like the minimum wage, healthcare and the nationalising of major industry despite their debts.This led to them actually being able to pay their debts in the long run as these investments helped the country out greatly. The issue in our society is not the fact money is printed but the fact the money printed is being funneled into the private industry who extracts the wealth rather than investing in the people who create the wealth.

      1893 Benz Victoria1893 Benz VictoriaNgày trước
  • The fed prints money in the US but isn't part of the government, despite how many times you said

    poot ttoppoot ttop2 ngày trước
  • To day in sydney meat price jumped to $ 50 .00per kg, if you don't call this one hyperinflation ,what is this then . Do not forget ,just ,just ,this is only a start . Prepare for more treble or quad ruple price hike .

    iraj yaghooti famiraj yaghooti fam2 ngày trước
  • Whatever is happening it will be the prologue to the movie they make about what comes next.

    poot ttoppoot ttop2 ngày trước
  • So what ur saying is the government knew if they didn't shut down the economy we would have already seen hyperinflation. Since they keep shutting things down it off sets the effect of the new minted money. Once the economy opens back up we will see hyperinflation, Jobs will increase and so will demand for goods along side Production growth, but we can't reverse the new money that's been printed. It's a ticking time bomb.

    TyTy2 ngày trước
  • When you give government power, they don't like to give it back: In a democratic society the government represents the people. This might not be true in the US, but the people can always take it back. Also, the US government has given away so much power in the past - see the mass deregulation done by Nixon, Carter and Reagan. They signed that power away, which has created the problems of the US economy today.

    dyn01234567dyn012345672 ngày trước
  • Peter Schiff trying to tell you to buy gold selling gold at the same time 🤣🤣 bro schiff is not worth listening to.

    Leonardo VossLeonardo Voss2 ngày trước
  • Because money falls out of circulation regularly, as banks send damaged bills back to the federal government to be replaced with fresh ones...That's why the US Government can print money without causing runaway inflation. You just have to take paper bills out of rotation at the same rate that you're printing them... It's really not complicated, and doesn't require a history lesson to understand.

    Trevor21230Trevor212302 ngày trước
  • Because it take at least a year for it to start.

    Old World LumberOld World Lumber2 ngày trước
  • * Laughs as a GME shareholder in England *

    Suraj SinghSuraj Singh2 ngày trước
  • Well it looks like mercenaries are going to be very well off in the future.

    Henry VineHenry Vine2 ngày trước
  • Get a piece of land, solar panels, animals, seeds and you will be fine.

    TorneroTornero2 ngày trước
  • Considering Bill Gates owns 40% of Americas farmlands, go after that scumbags land

    Rick LongRick Long2 ngày trước
  • Just a little nitpick here: it’s pronounced treaty of “ver-sigh” with no s at the end.

    JarJarGodJarJarGod2 ngày trước
    • @JarJarGod yeah

      imagesimagesNgày trước
    • @TheInfamousTacos Lukewarm

      JarJarGodJarJarGodNgày trước
    • @images Yeah, that was established after WWI and the German Revolution, wasn’t it?

      JarJarGodJarJarGodNgày trước
    • Also Germany wasn't called the Weimar Republic durin WW1

      imagesimagesNgày trước
    • Cool.

      TheInfamousTacosTheInfamousTacos2 ngày trước
  • Come to Argentina, prices go up every week, sometimes it takes an interval of two

    Alvaro V. GodoyAlvaro V. Godoy2 ngày trước
  • This is why we need to switch over to crypto! Ethereum and bitcoin will save the economy.

    William WoodWilliam Wood2 ngày trước
  • Cryptos value is a new digital system to take place of the dollar. That means there will be no recession if the dollar crashes due to a new currency already put into place. Better get in why it’s still kind of cheap and stop shaming it. You will be laughed at soon...

    Blaine BuntsBlaine Bunts2 ngày trước
    • the problem is largely, which crypto? There really isn't going to be one single coin thats going to become a replacement for the dollar and using a basket of cryptos for day to day transactions is about as practical as using your stock portfolio to pay for your groceries.

      hugh mungushugh mungus13 giờ trước
  • You only presented one side of MMM, it also argues that the gov can reduce the money in circulation via taxes in case of inflation.

    Tim RustleTim Rustle2 ngày trước
  • Poor people, speaking for my self even, can only think about spending money, the rich will freak out about how their next designer jeans 👖 gonna get paid for...

    Yoopertube Unlimited servicesYoopertube Unlimited services2 ngày trước
  • Might end up going to the social credit system like China

    Yoopertube Unlimited servicesYoopertube Unlimited services2 ngày trước
  • Sorry dude: the Weimar Republic came after WWI. If you want us to believe your hypothesis first get your facts straight

    Zeph GrunschlagZeph Grunschlag2 ngày trước
  • Inflation takes on a new form, bitcoin, stocks...etc.

    Bioinformatics OnlineBioinformatics Online2 ngày trước
  • annoying voice. Couldn't watch

    LINKINPERRYLINKINPERRY2 ngày trước
  • The Great Reset!! This was all planned!!!

    Jericho TaylorJericho Taylor2 ngày trước
  • Remember the good old times when the dollar was backed by gold...?

    Ricardo PesentiRicardo Pesenti2 ngày trước
  • Us government did take a risk 🙄

    AAYUSHMAAN SINHAAAYUSHMAAN SINHA2 ngày trước
  • This verse comes to mind... “And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.”” ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭7 v26-27‬ ‭ edited* so verse didn’t show as a time stamp

    Ben GoinsBen Goins2 ngày trước
  • will inflation eat away my mortgage?

    mike allenmike allen2 ngày trước
  • So when government prints money its called "Bail out" When I print money it's called "Counterfeiting"

    El Coyote LocoEl Coyote Loco2 ngày trước
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