How to protect yourself from stagflation by Daniel Weston, CIO, Aimed Capital

How to protect yourself from stagflation by Daniel Weston, CIO, Aimed Capital. Stagflation was first coined by a British politician in 1965 to describe an economic environment consisting of stagnant growth and rising inflation. Today and for the third time this year, we have had our global inflation leading indicator signal higher inflation may be on the way. Historically, few assets appear to benefit when there is a mix of inflation and slow growth. It throws up a conundrum for policy makers and governments, there is no panacea when it comes to igniting growth without further rising prices. Along with our weakening global growth forecasts, are we moving in to a new wave of so called stagflation? If so, how do we protect our portfolio? Read the full article here: (VIEW LINK)


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