Hyperinflation Begins Next Year

That’s the word from John Williams, of shadowstats.com, when he was interviewed by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com. Now, he’s not saying that we will suffer immediate, massive inflation next year. But, he is saying that the process will begin sometime next year. After all, hyperinflation is inflation that accelerates, and prime examples of hyperinflation, Weimar Germany and Zimbabwe, show hyperinflation to be essentially logarithmic – starting out slow before blasting skyward. Just take a look at a graph of the price of .35842 grams of gold in Germany, from January 1, 1918. Here’s what that graph looks like: In just five … Click here to read the rest…