Now that’s inflationJanuary 5, 2010Jon Brooks 1 Comment »
There’s a school of thought out there that holds that the policies of the Fed and the Treasury, while perhaps preventing a full-blown economic depression, are sooner or later going to lead to massive inflation.
Even if that’s true, one would hope the situation won’t spin as out of control as it has in hyperinflationary Zimbabwe. Take, for instance, the country’s $100 Trillion bank note, which it introduced about a year ago.
The bill is available for purchase for $7.99 (or about $25 trillion Zimbabwe dollars, give or take a few trillion) from Capitalistpig Asset Management.