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Ep. 107 | Inflation Like Its 1982

SUMMARY: Inflation data is out and it is as expected, which means not good, as the index jumps 7% with food and energy seeing even higher numbers, mortgage demand is up to start the year, and M. Nolan Gray at The Atlantic says we have to stop fetishizing old homes.


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