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Didn’t figure the rate, but I was paying $2.19 for a gallon of gasoline when Trump left office, now I am paying $5.09 for a gallon of gasoline. All because of this POS idiot biden, and his Green New Deal politics. I don’t know about you, but paying $2.90 a gallon more for gas is a problem for me. When Trump left office I could fill my 20 gallon tank for $43.80, now it costs me over $100.00 dollars for 20 gallons of gasoline. That is a problem. “The wealthy” do not have stacks of bills sitting in vaults. That’s a child’s cartoon image of wealth, and utterly out of place in anyone old enough to post on Quora. “The wealthy” are wealthy because they have built firms which produce goods and services consumers value. That wealth exists because they have made other people’s lives better, otherwise they would have no wealth.

38 years off Nightmare on ELM street thank you for the memories shirt , hoodie, sweater, long sleeve and tank top

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That’s how markets work. Those who serve their customers and make their customers’ lives better get wealthy, and that is wonderful. All that said, there are those who have gotten wealthy through robbery rather than production. These are people whose wealth is based on politics and government contracts. There’s no need to punish such people as individuals, all that is necessary to ruin them is remove the government favors, regulations, and contracts, which divert taxpayer wealth into their pockets. Those political entrepreneurs will either quickly learn how to serve consumers, or they will go broke all by themselves. Inflation is an increase in the supply of currency. Wealthy people do not create inflation, the central banks and governments which print fiat currency cause inflation. It is hard to miss inflation in the recent numbers, and maybe even more so, the fear that inflation is going to hang around a lot longer than the Federal Reserve and investors would like. You may see it at the pump, in food prices, or the housing market, and for those who follow stocks, you definitely hear about it in the billionaire investor talking points Warren Buffett, not fond of short-term calls on the economy or market, had plenty to say earlier in his career about what inflation can do to stock market wealth. Buffett’s view of inflation was heavily influenced by the runaway inflation of the 1970s. “Inflation is a far more devastating tax than anything that has been enacted by our legislatures,” he wrote in 1977. “The inflation tax has a fantastic ability to simply consume capital. … If you feel you can dance in and out of securities in a way that defeats the inflation tax, I would like to be your broker but not your partner.” What the billionaires think and do is pretty far from lining up with the investment reality of most individuals, so to take it down a few zeroes, what are wealthy do-it-yourself investors — individuals with at least $1 million in a brokerage account that they manage on their own — thinking right now? They are increasingly worried, too, according to a survey from Morgan Stanley’s E-Trade Financial of millionaire investors provided exclusively to CNBC. According to the quarterly E-Trade data, these wealthy investors have not been this concerned about their stock market holdings or the economy since Q2 2020, right after the March 2020 Covid crash and shutdown of the U.S. economy “We’re definitely seeing a downtick in optimism,” said Mike Loewengart, managing director of investment strategy at E-Trade. “They are starting to see some cracks in the economic recovery and it’s dampening bullishness.” More of the wealthy still describe themselves as bullish, but just barely, with that indicator dropping from 65% in Q3 2021 to 52% in the current quarter. That’s the lowest level of bullishness since Q2 2020. The E-Trade survey was conducted October 8 to October 16 among 119 investors with $1 million or more of investable asset. Last quarter, 72% of these wealthy investors said inflation was “transitory,” supporting the Fed view. That has now fallen to 53%. Those who “strongly disagree” with the Fed’s transitory view increased from 9% to 19%. Inflation has been a concern all year, but “while it isn’t new, it is a lot stickier,” Loewengart said.

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