Dividends for inflationary times

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According to Fed official Mary Daly, inflation will not be reaching 2% this year. Who are we to fight the Fed? However, just in case the monetary central planning agency is wrong, today we feature a high yielding dividend payer that could do relatively well in an inflationary environment. Speaking of not fighting the Fed, for the second day in a row we hear from a Real Vision guest imploring us to not fight the Fed. Jared Dillian also gives us a surprising take on Canadian housing.

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1. Yield of steel - INK Research

In a G-economy characterized by government-led inflation, some dividend payers could do better than others. In today's report, INK Research looks at a high-yielding stock that could ride an inflationary wave. Once again, we have made the video summary along with the full report available on INK Ultra Money Free. However, due to network congestion delays, it may not show up as a free until later Thursday.


Some indication of price increases

2. Follow and chase - Real Vision

Recently the Federal Reserve has taken unprecedented steps to backstop the market, sending investors scrambling to relearn the “rules of the game,” and inciting arguably justifiable outrage from others. Matt Rowe, CIO of Headwater Volatility, and Jared Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap, debate the utility of this outrage and explore whether the level of shock is justified considering the long history of the “rules changing”. Additionally, they examine the misaligned incentives for investors and governments, try to make sense of the recent rally in equities and the bifurcation of the high-yield market, and look forward at the potential for big surprises like bailouts or the Fed stepping into the equity market. Filmed on May 5, 2020.


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