Matthew Poll, or Matt Poll Indicators to Watch Around Inflation and Hedging is part of an interview series with DayTradeForGood.com and it’s publishing partners (DayTradeFEED.com, DayTradeWire.com, TraderSuccessNetwork.com, etc.).
“Matthew Poll Indicators to Watch Around Inflation” Interview Transcript:
“Inflation is not a tough one. I actually to equate it this way: print more money, you’re gonna have inflation, right?
There is a unique balance where, like Japan… their level of debt per human, like per person in their country, is radically higher than ours. And I mean, like, just go look it up sometime it’s like, it’s not a 2x. It’s not a 3x. I think it’s like, a 10 plus x, they’re more in debt than we are. And their economy’s working just fine.”
Does printing money cause inflation?
“So there’s this thing around like, Well, does printing money really create inflation? Or is it more about how much we’re printing how much extra we’re adding to the pile that really has the impact.
Another one is population, like how many people you have under that current monetary system, the more people you have, coming into the future workplace into the future economy is actually a deflationary type event. So if you’ve got more people and less money to spread around, that’s going to create deflation, because you’re going to have less of a per capita, right and all this events and people working for it.”
Population vs Inflation
“But if you’re printing more than the population is going out and working for then you’re going to have an inflationary event. Another thing that would obviously impact that’s going to be unemployment.
So less people in the workplace are we’re seeing a lot of this now, where less people are wanting to be in the workplace. There’s jobs, and people are just being really picky. That’s obviously going to increase the inflation implications as well.”
Because again, you just don’t have the heads the bodies that are spreading out the amount of money that we currently have.”
Matthew Poll, AKA Matt Poll, is an entrepreneur, investor and life coach based out of Silicon Slopes in Lehi, Utah. Furthermore, he is the cofounder of GTF, a company which he helped co-found in September of 2008.
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