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Subject: Re: "Long Bond" - buying and rolling Date: 2/12/2006 3:37 PM
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If you are a contrarian, with an interest in deflation, you might want to check out the Mishedlo board.

There is a lot of good macroeconomic discussion, on the Mish board.

Mish and I disagree about inflation. He is a firm deflationist. I believe that inflation is inevitable, even if deflation occurs, in the short term, because the government's ballooning entitlement expenditures will force it to create a huge amount of fiat money (that is, money that isn't supported by real assets, such as gold, or real increases in productivity).

Wendy
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