Hyperinflation is Already Here - You Just Haven't Realised It Yet.

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Hyperinflation has been a doomsday scenario for modern economies throughout the last century. In all of these failed countries (Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Hungary, Yugoslavia, etc.) there have been uniform warning signs, the same signs that we are starting to see today in the U.S.
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    Economics ExplainedEconomics ExplainedAylar önce
    • Sure, if the US dollar goes 6 times as high, China may want to have an internal market. Problem is that China needs oil ans is NOT an oil profucer. Chinese would have to pay their oil 36 Tmes the price now. The value of oil is directly linked to the US currency which is the reserved currency. Everything is skipped by véhicules using oil inside or outside of China so cpmpanies will send the bill to their customers when they buy stuff in the store. You wouldn't be pleased and so do I.

      Cedrik ThibertCedrik Thibert14 saatler önce
    • DUH You know anything that is costs no money beside oxygsn?

      Cedrik ThibertCedrik Thibert15 saatler önce
    • @Claudiu Manea people like peter schiff seem to think its just a matter of time before the extra money makes it way into circulation and the whole thing cascades into inflation. Time will tell I suppose.

      liam morgansliam morgansGün önce
    • They are deleting posts again

      I CareI Care2 gün önce
    • Hyper Inflation brought to the USA by the current Democrat controlled House of Representative, US Senate, White House through those who voted for them and those who also participated in the blatant totalitarianism are responsible for irreversible economic disaster that has just begun.

      I CareI Care2 gün önce
  • As a regular on your channel and a non-native English speaking I request you to please tone down your accent a bit so as to be more comprehensible for the likes of us.

    Yugal KeshariYugal Keshari2 saatler önce
  • CPI increase is at the shore now

    ACC QPQPACC QPQP3 saatler önce
  • Scary times. Maybe the robots will save us.

    Jessica HicksJessica Hicks4 saatler önce
  • Does this mean buy gold and sit on it lol

    Shashlik 79Shashlik 794 saatler önce
  • Truth

    loveandgamingx xloveandgamingx x5 saatler önce
  • Yeh 9.99 for a 16oz bag of cauliflower rice. Needless say it stayed in the store freezer

    Holly NapierHolly Napier7 saatler önce
  • Were missing TRUMP now.

    MarkMark9 saatler önce
  • The connection between debt and inflation was mind-blowing! I never thought of that. Great video! Thanks!

    SupernovaSupernova9 saatler önce
  • Still waiting for the day when everyone is like: “sorry guys it was just the flu all along” 🤷

    Young BlackYoung Black11 saatler önce
  • TLDR: The demonrats: oh let’s print 6 trillion in 4 months and pay everyone to sit around and do nothing while a .03% DR disease makes ghost noises Also the demonrats: I wonder why no one wants to work we are paying them $16 to do nothing *surprised pikachu face*

    Young BlackYoung Black11 saatler önce
  • I mean do boomers really need to retire? sounds like they had a lot of fun in the 70’s ☮️ “those kids have computers let them figure out our problems”

    The TopShottahThe TopShottah12 saatler önce
  • MMT gang

    alex valex v12 saatler önce
  • So comment on the current status as the element missing now is reduced output but if you actually look at output it's high globally with supply chain being pushed beyond its ability. The global reaction to the pandemic has been either a completely incompetent overreaction or deliberate.

    Shifty77Shifty7713 saatler önce
  • yet another author cannot make a distinction between money and currency. they were all printing currency not money. money has intrinsic value, currencies dont

    MrVozoMrVozo13 saatler önce
  • Heres a loony idea regarding the US. It was intentional. Cant get ammo. Gun control fears. Social justice unrest. The covid thing that has been proven to be synthesized which opens up a huge can of worms no one wants to talk about. (Rand Paul Fauci questioning) The Great Reset idea from the World Economic Forum.. Obama, where did he come from? Trump, the fact that he made it out of the primary is enough to question our society. Then Biden, just as bad or worse. Harris, the #1 loser, somehow VP. 45% of our nations oil supply suddenly hacked and then they are suddenly busted. Oil was cheap before January and for a long time before that. Raw material price increases. Onlyfans. The lack of morals, ethics. The incredible amount if videos of comedians aaking common youth basic questions about history, math, science and how ao many of them dont know what year the war of 1812 was. Our society is on decline, maybe religion did have a place in keeping us on the right path. Wvwry generation aeems to be mor lax than the prior amd i think were nearing a point of no return. The reset thing and the sudden lack of ammo available worries me. It all seems too coincidental to not be intentional. Who? I have no idea.

    R MR M13 saatler önce
  • So your telling us to knowingly contribute, directly to our own inflation problems? Wow great idea, nerd boy.

    Jimmy SerafinJimmy Serafin15 saatler önce
  • so hyperinflation is not here?, I dont understand, the title clearly stated hyperinflation is already here but the bank did not want my marbles :(

    YggdrasilYggdrasil16 saatler önce
  • Interesting. I've always just been told that Germany's economy was in shambles due to WWI and the reparations enforced on them by the Entente nations. Weird that we don't hear more about how they mismanaged their own economy.

    Midgard EagleMidgard Eagle17 saatler önce
  • Ending was quite abrupt

    pierre1050pierre105018 saatler önce
  • They thought Rome could never be conquered, they said the titanic could never sink. GOD is Alpha and Omega, man is in control of nothing.

    Jim RenteriaJim Renteria18 saatler önce
  • Stop scaring people, Germany went into hyperinflation in the 1920 and now they are leading the EU. It will hurt a little but will get through it. The US has business all around the world and economies are intertwined more than ever. The US its a producer and leader in tech. You should be more afraid of Microsoft C2PA, specially with the inevitable cashless system coming soon as the bible predicted.

    M AccM Acc19 saatler önce
  • Bullshit there's all kinds of jobs out there but people dont want to work

    Russell AllenRussell Allen20 saatler önce
    • And why is that? The "welfare" the government is giving is better than the amount you get from working.

      VanderVander2 saatler önce
  • Money printer go "brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr"! What could go wrong?

    B SB S21 saatler önce
  • 13:50 "Far and away" or "by far", not "By far and away".

    musicalfringemusicalfringe21 saatler önce
  • Everybody is printing money...so it may be hard to escape the possible inflation creep. I don't think it will be hyperinflation for the developed world, but I think we may experience the inflation of the 1970s for a time because it will likely take a few years for another Paul Volcker.

    Joseph SmithJoseph Smith21 saatler önce
  • U.S Reverse bank has been expanding the money supply by 15 % every year since 2008. BOOM!!

    Brent ThompsonBrent Thompson22 saatler önce
  • There is one other big difference... while the US has printed lots of money, so has everyone else, more or less, so that will also moderate the effects.

    Marius 007Marius 00723 saatler önce
  • Yup that scary 4% annual hyper-inflation rate. Run for the hills lol.

    Sean WhitehallSean WhitehallGün önce
  • Printing money is limited by inflation. Got it. Water is toxic if you drink too much.

    Sean WhitehallSean WhitehallGün önce
  • HAHAHAHAH HE WAS ONE MONTH EARLY

    Herbert PocketHerbert PocketGün önce
  • The classic hyperinflation scenarios of Weimar, Zimbabwe, etc are different from the US. It ties back to what was mentioned, being the world reserve currency with many contracts, services, commodities, etc indexed or paid in USD. That is the biggest difference with the US and the big unknown of where things will go. As well, the US is generally self contained with vast mineral and agricultural resources so they do not necessarily need to completely rely on foreign suppliers. The closest peer is the British Empire when they essentially had the world reserve currency, but they lost that status due World War 2. I do not know if the British experienced hyperinflation and how orderly the transition was (minus the World War and their debts repaid by 2006), but there was the Bretton Woods conference of 1945.

    MOJOJONOMOJOJONOGün önce
  • I made 2 offers to my Golden Retriever: A. she gets 4 trillion Milkbones today, but over the next 5-7 years the bones would disintegrate by the day, or B. she could find a full sized Milkbone daily to bury and it would get bigger overtime. She choose B.

    Bryan B.Bryan B.Gün önce
  • But how will you eat? How will these savvy home owners find the cash to pay for food? Also, such decisions is under the assumption that you continue to have employment to pay that mortgage. Doubtful during caos.

    Jorge SanchezJorge SanchezGün önce
  • I got it! Let's cancel the currency and issue each person the same amount of the new currency and we can start over.

    100perdido100perdidoGün önce
  • Instructions unclear, converted all dollars to Bitcoin and other cryptos

    Bilbo BagginsBilbo BagginsGün önce
  • Conspiracy theory bs. This has been predicted for a decade in the US and longer in Japan and both have issues getting their inflation up to the central banks target inflation rate.

    Chris SketchChris SketchGün önce
  • Absolutely fantastic video mate. For some reason people believe that just because inflation hasn't all happened at once and destroyed the world, that it isn't going to happen or that it won't really affect them... for some reason

    John MurphyJohn MurphyGün önce
  • Can we just pretend like printing money is fine and it’s all fine? And our pretend money is fine?

    Willow LWillow LGün önce
  • The Coronavirus hardly put a dent in our economy. It was the democrat led shutdowns of major cities that really destroyed our economy. They'll argue that it "stopped the spread" because government is narcissistic and wants to believe that people are so stupid that they wouldn't survive without them... It just is a FALSE PARADIGM. But then again, I guess people are that stupid for letting government decide how to live their lives. I thought we would learn more quickly with the internet, but we've just marginalized and outsourced our power to government willingly after being thoroughly manipulated by The Powers that Be. You'd think with all those smart people in academia being on the Left, that we wouldn't be hurting so badly. Turns out that you can't delegate your rights without giving up your freedom.

    TrentTrentGün önce
  • And only a month later, we are starting to see it...

    T3CHN01200T3CHN01200Gün önce
  • That might be the dumbest financial advice ever, and that says a lot.

    Jordan MurrayJordan MurrayGün önce
  • It’s not free?!? How can this Be! I have been convinced it was free! My option contracts print money!!!

    ZeonIXV YT Trader and GamerZeonIXV YT Trader and GamerGün önce
  • All of this is due to the fact that Americans are ignorant to the fact that the government is behind the pandemic as is every government around the world. their plan is to topple our economy turn this into a welfare state meaning if you don't have your covid vaccine you can't go places or get your check from the government because you're not vaccinated that doesn't sound like freedom it sounds like fascist police state control

    keith burrowkeith burrowGün önce
  • One issue that we don't have experience with historically, is that all the examples of hyperinflation given referred to a limited small market when compared to the global economy they are located in. However, the current money printing environment is essentially happening throughout the majority of the world. After WWI, goods and services imported can become more and more expensive. But if the whole world is becoming "more expensive" all at the same time, then perhaps nothing is really becoming more expensive (or at least it will be limited to the volume of money printed only).

    ellekayeightfourellekayeightfourGün önce
  • I doubt it.

    Mr. YouTubeMr. YouTubeGün önce
  • Please pay attention to the common theme here: it is ALWAYS "the government did xyz". Government is not your friend, government is not your protector. Government is your enemy. Humans need governance, not government. I am governed at my job; there are rules I must obey or there are consequences if I break them: that is governance. The difference between that and a government is that it is voluntary. I can choose to find a different job or start my own business. Government eliminates your basic human right of choice. They do what they want, and you have to obey, or men with guns visit you. Until humanity wakes up to the fact that we can have governance without government, the governments of the world will continue to enslave us and make a mess of everything. Monopolies are bad, monopolies on the use of force are the worst thing imaginable.

    Warren McDonaldWarren McDonaldGün önce
  • This video keeps repeating the idiotic line "the government has no choice, but ...". Fortunately, I have a choice -- just like every one of these governments. I chose to give this video a thumbs down.

    Brian PlumBrian PlumGün önce
  • Its OK, our Great Leader President Joe Biden will rescue us! The government is here to help.

    Total RiseTotal RiseGün önce
  • are we becoming the new Venezuella ? last week, even Buffett and Yellen said inflation is raging on and going out of control ?? WTH is going on in america ?

    utoobe199utoobe199Gün önce
  • food, medicines, housing, rent, groceries, doctor visits, student fees, everything everything has gotten so so expensive in america, its crazy -- its like we are a 3rd world nation already.

    utoobe199utoobe199Gün önce
  • Thanks for "DISCLAIMER "

    Karanveer SinghKaranveer SinghGün önce
  • It's weird that he looks like he is explaining something, but if you wanna assess what you have learned, you find nothing

    Djallel AimarDjallel AimarGün önce
  • And you don't mention the times that stimulus was used and disaster didn't follow like the US in 2008.

    Jay CieJay CieGün önce
  • Oh WE REALIZE IT!

    Dave FoxDave FoxGün önce
  • 4.2 now

    J KJ KGün önce
  • Is it hyperinflation if the whole world is inflating at about the same rate (not just America did stimulus payments). I figured something like that is dependent on how that currency is relative to the rest of the world

    FlamingBunBunFlamingBunBunGün önce
  • alot of the money went into savings aka stocks. check out the personal saving rate chart from the FED bank of St louis

    JM NegroniJM NegroniGün önce
  • Ppl wake up out of no where a hacker attacked our pipeline and gas price is out of control and that has a domino cause effect are you gonna oranges 🍊 price go up. These price Will not come down it’s already here folks.

    REAL TALKREAL TALKGün önce
  • But Walmart stayed open during the whole thing

    M KM KGün önce
  • Goodness is a metaphor that obfuscates the real driver of any asset’s value in a market that trades assets ... Forecasts into its future value. Economists have at times used the word ‘faith’ in a asset’s or economy’s value.

    scruffy nerfherderscruffy nerfherderGün önce
  • Democrats will finally get it...once it’s too late

    M KM KGün önce
  • Don't worry, you'll own nothing and you'll be happy 🙂

    The Red TechnicianThe Red TechnicianGün önce
  • The four most dangerous inventions of mankind are, Money, Politics, religion, and the atom bomb. The Atomic bomb is simply a tool to protect the other 3 inventions.

    Access SaskatoonAccess Saskatoon2 gün önce
  • Are there any examples of it working out? lol

    Its All Good GamesIts All Good Games2 gün önce
  • Hey EE, will you do a video on modern monetary theory?

    ThebananasinpyjamasThebananasinpyjamas2 gün önce
  • I don't think that USD being a global currency cushions it significantly from effects of inflation. The USD can be traded globally while still the prices of consumer goods skyrocket. For example, even in the US, the prices of consumer goods in Bay Area are 1.5 times higher than in the midwest.

    Akshay JAkshay J2 gün önce
  • It is to the economically illiterate...aka modern leftists.

    TheMightyZim26TheMightyZim262 gün önce
  • 12:15 There have been very large increases in the prices of firearms and especially ammunition. Common calibers like 9mm and 5.56mm have at least tripled in the past year. It's likely due to greatly increased demand, but the reasons for that demand make it somewhat more ominous.

    Jim RinkenbergerJim Rinkenberger2 gün önce
    • Yes because in preparation for when shtf.

      VanderVanderSaatler önce
  • A video about hyperinflation without mentioning my Brazil as an example?? I feel left out

    AtheistDTAtheistDT2 gün önce
Hyperinflation is Already Here - You Just Haven't Realised It Yet.