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Inflation Regime Shifts: Implications for Asset Allocation

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Mon, 22 Oct 2012

Over the past thirty years, inflation in the U.S. has averaged just below 3% per year. For many investors, we fear this extended period of price stability has created a complacency about the impact inflation can have on the returns of different asset classes. But the events that have unfolded since

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