INK Ultra Money: D versus G Niall Ferguson weighs in

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Today, economic historian Niall Ferguson tackles the question of whether we are headed for deflation or inflation. This is a fantastic video as Ferguson addresses the key issues that we try to address and monitor in our G versus D framework. For those not familiar with our framework, we have a primer on INK Ultra Money . Remarkably, Ferguson arrives at the same place as we do at this point in time.

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