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      09-25-2021, 08:00 AM   #9
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Inflation is moderating. Spend time on the FRED data warehouse. 5%-6% for a decade is overly pessimistic. The US is headed for a Japan-like future with interest rates and inflation.

The antidote for inflation is to invest heavily in equities. 100% equities, excluding cash. Bonds are dead for the foreseeable future.

Live below your means, as usual. Increase your comfort with volatility, it will help you live with your 100% equity allocation.
Assume the inflation scenario is correct (humor me).

Which equities/sectors are better positioned to do well in an inflationary environment (fixed costs, pricing ability for example)? What about real estate, like apartments or rental properties? Gold?

Iím not looking for financial planner advice on this forum, just spitballing a bit.
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