The 25% Cash Machine: Double Digit Income Investing by Bryan Perry

By Bryan Perry

Bryan Perry's booklet is a must-read for somebody that invests their very own cash and understands the worth of a buck. The 25% money desktop isn't really alchemy; it truly is sound monetary suggestion from somebody that does not simply speak the controversy; Bryan walks the stroll. he breaks down in ache English the best way to in achieving 25% returns by means of operating with the sectors which are outperforming the industry. by way of dynamically entering into the sectors that experience the main favorable enterprise stipulations instead of sticking with lifeless sectors or lifeless shares, Bryan indicates how and why his confirmed approach can paintings for any investor, in any surroundings. I heartily advise the 25% funds laptop.

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But technically speaking, economists and politicians can still claim that by historical comparison, we are currently in a lowinf lation environment. While this claim may sound good when offered up as evidence of sound financial stewardship of the economy, those of us who have to go out and hand over the cash to pay for all of this stuff know that reality is a totally different story. We know that things cost more, and we know that our pocketbooks are just that much lighter because of it. If this is a low-inflation environment, I’d hate to see what things are going to cost in a high-inflation environment.

Well, it certainly seems like the cost of living has increased a great deal more than what those negligible CPI numbers the low-inflation environment proponents are always talking about. qxd 11/17/06 9:08 AM Page 23 THE LOW-INFLATION MYTH 23 figment of the imagination. They are very real, and they are having a very real impact on our discretionary income. You see, neither the modest increase in the overall CPI figure, nor the diminished purchasing power of our dollars that we talked about at the outset of this chapter begin to tell the whole story when it comes to inflation.

Well, this is another component of the low-inflation myth that I want to quickly dispatch. You see, when analysts use the core inflation number to measure the rate of price changes, they are using a number that excludes the often volatile food and energy sectors. But as we’ve already discussed, these are the sectors that we all use the most—and that have risen substantially more over the past several years compared to the overall measure of inflation. Hey, I say you can’t do without food and energy, so don’t leave them out of your inflation matrix.

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