Investors may wonder whether stock returns will suffer if inflation keeps rising. Here’s some good news: Inflation isn’t necessarily bad news for stocks.
Read Dimensional Funds’s recent article, “Will Inflation Hurt Stock Returns? Not Necessarily.” HERE.
History shows that stocks tend to outpace inflation over time.
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