Shrinkflation: The Silent Economic Threat That's Affecting Your Everyday Life When the price of anything rises, that means the value of that item has decreased. Shrinking prices are just that: the price of something is decreasing. These two phenomena can be difficult to tell apart, but they are very much connected. Shrinking prices are the result of inflation. The price of something is rising so it makes sense that you would pay more for it over time. So, how can you tell that you’re seeing the effects of shrinking prices instead of just seeing a natural rise in prices? Here are some of the most common signs.
In 2018 we began our ECON: 901 series with an early version highlighting the relative value of the Memphis Grizzlies versus the rest of the NBA. Given the newfound success of the team in a world and city that has experienced much change since those simpler times, we decided to revisit the topic.
Nobody can predict with any degree of certainty whether a correction will reverse or turn into a bear market (that is, periods when the market is down by 20% or more).
Duncan Williams Asset Management (DWAM) would like to announce the appointment of Kyle Gowen to Chief Investment Officer and Executive Committee member.
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The threat of war from Russia has overwhelmed mainstream media, so our team believes it is important to consider historical instances of geopolitical conflict and their impacts upon broad equity markets.
Duncan Williams Asset Management (DWAM) is pleased to announce that we have been ranked the #1 fastest growing RIA in America according to Financial Advisor Magazine’s 2021 RIA Ranking, which lists the top Registered Investment Advisor firms in the country.