Inflation Spike at Current Valuations Could Be Ugly, Says Nevins

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Daniel Nevins, the author of the must-read book Economics for Independent Thinkers and the Founder of Nevins Research, discusses the substitution story surrounding Fed monetary policy and how inflation spikes are a key factor in derailing bull markets at high valuations.

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