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As inflation looms, here's how real estate and farmland have protected investors

By Grant Alexander Wilson, Faculty Member, Department of Management & Marketing, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan
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More than 100 years ago, a jug of milk was 40 cents. Today, it’s almost $4. This phenomenon is called inflation.

Over the past five decades, all industrialized nations have experienced inflation. A typical rate of inflation is around two per cent and indicates a stable economy.

Although Murray Rothbard, a 20th-century economic historian and political…

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