Monday, September 2, 2019

Sushi as an inflation proxy?

Is the price of sushi really a reliable inflation/CPI proxy?  Some people certainly think so.  If it's not 100% accurate, it seems to be more reliable than any of the known-fraudulent government models.

After all, who are you going to believe about inflation rates, the government or your lying bank account?  (Please note that the prices of almost everything doubled during the Obama administration, while the government kept announcing record low inflation levels.)

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