Investors could see either a 1970s-style double-digit ripsnorter, a return to a more normal level, or something in between.
Big harvests outside the drought-stricken West may make up for a lot of the crop shortfalls, says Wells Fargo.
Commonwealth’s McMillan ascribes nasty CPI numbers to a few aberrant items, already cooling off.
Check out the Bond King’s model portfolio designed to hedge against inflation and—oh, yeah—deflation, too.
Unlikely. Here’s why, despite all that federal money sloshing around in the system, price rises should stay tame.