Some common signs of hyperinflation include rapidly doubling prices at the supermarket, a falling dollar value, the refusal of lending nations to extend credit, and a huge national deficit. Some experts believe that over the next two to three years the value of the U.S. dollar will fall by as much as 75%. Other signs of hyperinflation already in place in the U.S. include increasing federal deficits and unstable commodities pricing
One of the most frightening prospects for the future economy is the possibility of hyperinflation. Hyperinflation is a scenario in which the cost of basic goods and services rises much faster than the ability of ordinary wages to keep pace. During hyperinflationary times, simple shelter, food, and utilities can cost more than the average person makes.
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