Letters of the Week

The QE blues, making sense of NABHA notes, and learning more on the latest superannuation reforms.

I’m seriously concerned about so many countries printing money in that it is unprecedented and economically "unnatural". In ecology if there is disequilibrium, consequences soon become evident and, being a forward thinker, I’m foreseeing inevitable serious consequences which nations will struggle to manage or control. I don’t yet know what form these will take although wild inflation is perhaps the most obvious. As an investor nearing retirement age (I’m 56) I’m getting concerned about wealth protection. Any chance of looking a few years down the road to forecast what outcomes we might anticipate from all this (competitive) money printing?


Editor’s note: You may be interested to read some of Adam Carr’s articles on this topic, such as QE plug won’t get pulled.


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