Categories economics Presidency One Year Post author By Divemedic Post date January 21, 2022 3 Comments on One Year Let’s see: The average gas price is $3.33. A 33 percent increase. Mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed is 3.5%. A 19% increase.The DJIA closed at 34,265 on FridayThird quarter GDP growth was 2.3% People who have read this post: 476 ← COVID → Ivy Prestige 3 replies on “One Year” Amazing statistics, you were prescient. (I enjoy your blog. Please continue posting.) Year Zero in the Great Reset Leap Forward. Nothing will remain of the Constitutional Representative Republic as it will be burned to the ground by any means necessary. When the dollar is like a penny on the ground courtesy of BRICS and the finest faculty lounge government that money can buy, instant equality of results for all in extreme poverty. The stock market is up 10.7% purely due to the money being cranked into the system by the Federal Reserve simply because it has to end up somewhere. The inflation being created is usually considered between twice and three times what’s being reported, or somewhere in the range of 15 to 20%. 80% of the all dollars in existence were created since January of ’20. A dollar has 60% of the purchasing power it held in January of ’00, and 3% of what it had when the Federal Reserve was created in 1913. That’s what 108 years of Federal Reserve policy gets us. Comments are closed.