December 03, 2012 at 15:05 PM EST
Long-Term Trend Analysis of Key Agriculture Commodities
Most conversations around the global economy and fiscal outlook revolve around two key subjects: money printing vs. austerity and higher taxes/more spending vs. lower taxes/less spending. Both are hot buttons and equally important to global growth. The consequences of getting policies right/wrong fuels sub-arguments surrounding inflation vs deflation and global growth slowing vs rising population. But the important end-game to each of these arguments leads to in my opinion the most important byproduct of global economic policy amidst a rising population: commodity prices. Technology has increased competition and assisted in keeping prices from getting out of control (a life ...
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