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It's more than that. The U.S. government issue TIPS inflation adjusted bonds as international collateral for loans. Most of our debt is owed to China. Without these international loans the U.S. government wouldn't be able to run trillions of dollars of deficit spending. So changing the definition of inflation allows the U.S. government to cheat China and its other debtors of real wealth without triggering a war.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You don't have to gamble. It's ridiculously easy to beat inflation. The stock market has 10% returns on average, so any low-cost index fund will put you ahead. But even if you're super risk-averse you can always buy Treasury Inflation Protected Securities, which are bonds indexed to inflation. Literally the only way you could lose money on TIPS is if the U.S. government fails. In that case you probably have more to worry about.

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https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/americas-finance-guide/national-debt/#:~:text=money%20for%20roadways)%20exceeds%20revenue,%2Dprotected%20securities%20(TIPS).

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https://fiscaldata.treasury.gov/americas-finance-guide/national-debt/#:~:text=money%20for%20roadways)%20exceeds%20revenue,%2Dprotected%20securities%20(TIPS).

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Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Inflation adjusted Eurobonds/US-TIPS already give you about 8-9% basically risk-free. Don't need to risk everything with shit-coins for this. ;)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HA! You don’t pay money on Publish.Ox, the website gives writers and readers TIPS in crypto! Once again your arrogance is hilarious. Open up your closed narrow mind and actually educate YOURSELF before once again providing false information! Wealth Tax is applicable to crypto, so keep crying, keep lying, and keep thinking anyone cares what you have to say.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS only protect against unexpected increases in inflation, they won't do shit for you right now unless the inflation rate doubles again and no one sees it coming.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not how TIPS work. They’re open market securities. If you didn’t buy them before the inflation, they’re not a good investment now just because they have “inflation protection” in the name.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Then buy TIPS

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1 good investment tip: DON’T LISTEN TO INVESTMENT TIPS FROM THIS SUB!

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If people would stop buying bonds, we'd get there quickly. Even TIPS inflation-adjusted bonds use a fraudulent CPI number.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I read Fud news often, they compensate the ultra positive mooning ones. Just take it as a part of dyor. I like this part: “The narrative was never really Bitcoin is an inflation tracker, it’s not TIPS,” he said. “Bitcoin was a hedge against irresponsible money-printing by the central banks.”

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Bull case for bitcoin was that the fed cannot dilute you. But it goes away the minute interest rates go above inflation. Now 10y TIPS yield is at 1% so you can make more money than CPI. Of course many people (Myself included) believes CPI underestimates inflation but in general greenback is gaining value. I still think bitcoin is a great asset for people outside United States.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

At least one of the times when I purchased Bitcoin in 2011, it had fallen from the June 2011 high of something like $30 all the way back down to under $10. Imagine if, at the time I was struggling to decide whether or not purchasing it was a good idea, some blowhard came around saying Bitcoin, a scarce asset, was not actually a hedge against inflation. I did buy, and I think it fell by maybe another 50% before it started going back up. But it was obviously a smart decision. What wasn't a smart decision was selling a good portion of it when it under $1k. Especially in light of where it is today. Don't go all in. Don't trade on emotion. Use DCA (Dollar Cost Averaging) and slowly accumulate over time. Sell small percentages (10%) when it doubles if you want, or just keep holding and retire on it. Or don't retire and keep working your normal job without anyone being the wiser. You don't have to look at Bitcoin as a get rich quick scheme, it's a "retire early slowly" scheme for most of us, and I would say, "YES" it is indeed a hedge against inflation. If you don't want to do Bitcoin cause of the risk, buy TIPS or something instead, but if you understand crypto and scarcity, there's no shame in starting on your DCA strategy today. It's a proven method that works.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You only lose when you sell and bear market is where money is made. OLD TIPS BUT GOLD

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

A married couple can buy $20k total, as that limit it per person, and if you have kids you can purchase $10k per child per year if you hold them in a trust. There is also a “loophole” where you can invest $15k per year in I Bonds if you file taxes by taking $5k of your tax refund as an I Bond on top of the $10k you purchased (this is allowed—go look it up or ask any financial advisor, but don’t pay them for advice you can Google!). I call it a “loophole” because you can just purposely overpay to the IRS towards the end of the year if you aren’t keen on giving them a 0% interest free loan for too long if you estimate your refund won’t be $5k, which seems to be not in the spirit of things but it’s 100% allowed. So a married couple filing jointly without kids could invest $25k or filing separately $30k per year, or more with kids. *This is not a trivial amount, and if much more than the median worker contributes in total to their 401k each year!* Gold is not a perfect hedge, but has been very mucb negatively correlated with the *real yield* on the 10-yr U.S. Treasury note for a long time now; i.e., if the real yields get negative, gold goes up. See reference below: [Reference for Gold vs. 10 yr Real (Inflation Adjusted) Yields](https://www.longtermtrends.net/gold-vs-real-yields/) Make sure to note that the axis is “flipped” with negative *real* yields (inflation adjusted) “up” on the rightmost axis. There are other ways to combat inflation in a very meaningful way beyond Series I Bonds, TIPS, Gold (admittedly imperfect),

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That’s factually inaccurate: Series I Bonds literally adjust for inflation regardless of the cause. TIPS literally adjusts their up/down with CPI inflation, regardless of what the cause was. When a TIPS matures, you are paid the *inflation adjusted* principal or original principal, whichever is greater. These are just two of several examples that prove your statement wrong.

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Age: 40 Stocks/reits: 60% (largely index funds but some individual holdings as well) Bonds: 10% (TIPS) Collectibles: 20% (sports cards and art, very illiquid, volatile, risky) Crypto: 10% (got in about a year ago, continue to dca namely btc and eth, some sol and algo as well)

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Can you cite a less credible source than the Washington Times? I have provided all the links straight from the source, but I guess you never looked at the data yourself right? The 8.5% number is headline CPI. That includes food and energy. Food is ~13% of the basket of goods and Energy is 9%. It's all [here](https://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.t01.htm). The 5.9% figure excludes those two, which looks at the other 77-78% of the basket. Read the FAQ if the data is too complicated for you: > Has the BLS removed food or energy prices in its official measure of inflation? > > **No.** The BLS publishes thousands of CPI indexes each month, including the headline All Items CPI for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) and the CPI-U for All Items Less Food and Energy. **The latter series, widely referred to as the "core" CPI, is closely watched by many economic analysts and policymakers under the belief that food and energy prices are volatile and are subject to price shocks that cannot be damped through monetary policy**. However, all consumer goods and services, including food and energy, are represented in the headline CPI. > > Most importantly, none of the prominent legislated uses of the CPI excludes food and energy. Social security and federal retirement benefits are updated each year for inflation by the All Items CPI for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W). Individual income tax parameters and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) returns are based on the All Items CPI-U.

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A casino is just 1 form of gambling. "Gambling is the wagering of something of value on an event with an uncertain outcome with the intent of winning something else of value. Gambling thus requires three elements to be present: **consideration, risk, and a prize**" You gamble in life every day when you exchange something of value in the present for something of potentially greater value in the future. ​ * Consideration - I assume this will lead to a positive outcome * Risk - the risk is acceptable to me (potential gain outweighs potential pain) * Prize - gain of something Under these conditions you're gambling whenever you invest in stocks. The gamble is the assumption that the stock value will appreciate in the future, net of inflation. In finance, there are very few "risk-free" vehicles, one of which is TIPS. Note that it's only risk-free within the market. It's not risk-free in the sense that it doesn't prevent currency risk (nothing can).

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The biggest problem with BTC as an inflation hedge is the market cap vs. existing inflation hedges. The entire TIPS market is 1.5 trillion. With \~21m coins, a price of around $72k per coin would require BTC to consume this entire market. Even just to support the current price as an inflation hedge, you have to assume a third of the existing market would prefer BTC to TIPS. To believe BTC is going to become an inflation hedge, you're essentially assuming: * A hell of a lot more people are going to want a stable 1-2% per year return than they do today. * BTC isn't going to $100k for another 20 years. * BTC is either overvalued today or there's going to be a massive implosion event making dollars worthless (and this event won't somehow decimate crypto). Yet the same people hyping the inflation hedge aspect always seem to have incredibly high price targets that make no sense vs. the inflation hedge market that exists.

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The rate of inflation is only indirectly relevant here. For example, if you forgo paying off the debt, your cash still loses 10% to inflation, and the mortgage also still charges you 4% interest. The directly relevant factor is what return you can earn with that cash you are keeping in lieu of debt payments. Paying off a 4% mortgage is equivalent to a 4% (nominal) risk free return. If you hold the cash instead of paying the debt, there aren’t a lot of risk free places to park cash for higher than 4% right now — maybe I-Bonds ($10k per year max) or TIPS held to maturity.

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I honestly dont give a shit. Pretty much every post on here covers topics that have been covered hundreds of times over. Why defi? Inflation bad! TIPS FOR NEW TRADERS! Not your keys not your wallet! Dont have cex! Is your coin really decentralized? ALTs are trash! Look at them fail! ALTs are the best! I just 100x'd! Look at these coins I bought a year ago and see how they did! I helped my (insert family member/SO) with their first crypto purchase!

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Lmao why has TIPS been performing so poorly?

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I don't get it either. I don't think they're putting it into cash. They're putting it into inflation protected liquid instruments like TIPS.

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Cool the charts for TIPS products looks identical to SPY. lmao I hope you didn’t buy that shit.

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I love Bitcoin and think it will succeed long term. That being said, it’s not certain, and you may want to diversify away from Bitcoin into other good asset classes (stocks, REITs, commodity futures, TIPS, ect.), so not all your eggs are in one basket. There are still a lot of barriers Bitcoin has to overcome, and I would hate to see your entire savings eliminated if it failed to cross one of these barriers.

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You can invest & build 6 months of savings with the same money. It's called investing in low-risk assets which you can liquidate reasonably quickly. There are plenty of bond mutual funds out there to choose from and if you want to play the inflation angle, TIPS. All of these can be liquidated in a few business days. I also don't know where you got the notion that "most people here are the paycheck to paycheck" crowd - nice baseless stats.

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Hah. Well, friendly and informative for any audience there might be, yes. Generally, these types of discussions are most useful for third parties, as those debating are often entrenched. Not sure if you found anything useful, but I will say I had forgotten about TIPS. Went to check yields after you brought it up. If it wasn't clear, I don't trust the government to be completely transparent. I view CPI as a tool for perception control. While my calculations and observations are anecdotal, CPI is not representative of reality, especially over the long term. I digress as I intended to not further the discussion anymore. Lol. Take care :)

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That is exactly the job that TIPS were created for, they are a very defensive asset to retain value, not to make a profit. So if they "barely cover inflation" that means they are doing what they were designed to do. Your down payment for a house is safe. (One problem that is very apparent at the moment is that there is a time lag between inflation as it appears and when the the TIPS react, which I believe in the United States is 6 months because of the way the interest is calculated.) The question if CPI is fair is a whole different one. I have yet to see anybody offer a better measurement that is generally accepted. You would think some non-profit organisation would get on the job and create something as an alternative. As for your second point, that is basically a philosophical question. There are a lot of people that argue that just holding large amounts of capital is bad for society (the "idle rich") and want some form of a wealth tax, and who would therefore disagree with you. I don't know if it makes sense to get into that argument if you're discussing means to combat inflation for whatever reason, that is, which tool is better.

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No bond is coming anywhere near the rate at which the dollar is losing value. You point at TIPS, go look at 5 year YTM. It barely covers inflation in "normal" years if we want to use CPI as the basis. This is all looking right past the fact that no person should be required to take on risk to preserve the value of the capital they've accumulated.

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Right. So our problem is not the short term or the long term but what I will call the medium term. And in fact you are right that there are very few options for that time range and and stocks would be very risky. My suggestion would be to look at inflation-indexed government bonds (if your government offers them). Not the classic American I-Bond because of the time limit and other red tape involved, but TIPS (https://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/tips.asp). Make sure you hold them to maturity - probably the 5-year one in our scenario - because that completely eliminates the risk of the principal losing value. The advantage over Bitcoin would be that you do not have to care about volatility if you hold them to maturity. If you you invest $5,000 for 5 years at the end you will get $5,000 plus whatever needs to be added to compensate for inflation. If you put $5,000 in Bitcoin you have no idea what the the Bitcoin price in dollars will be at the end of that time period. Of course you might make a lot more money, but you could also lose a lot and I'm assuming that protection is the most important goal here. Obviously we can argue if inflation as it is measured now is is the government ripping people off or not but that is a whole different discussion. And I think at this point we should also point out that we're not giving actual investment advice here 🙂.

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Lol We don't know what price BTC will be in 5, 10, or 20 years. Pretending it is a safe investment is ignorant at best or sinister at worst. The supply doesn't matter if the demand doesn't increase. The price can go to $0 USD if people stop buying it. There have been plenty of other crypto coins with limited supply that have gone to zero so saying the supply means it will increase in value over time is just you drinking the coolaid. Also, without a time frame your point is moot. Over the past year, the value of the dollar has decreased by about 8%. The value of BTC over that same time period has decreased 43%. If I'm an investment manager looking to hedge against the dollar inflation, I'd be out of my job right now. Gold, TIPS, DBC is where I'd be hedging because those are actually hedges for inflation. Don't talk about El Salvador. The country has gone from broke to more broke. Sure a few of their affluent cities have seen an uptick in tourism from privileged Westerners looking for their next Instagram post but the average El Salvadoran is not in a better position now than pre-Bukele. Especially after the crash where he lost his taxpayers $60 Million.

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NEW INVESTOR. ALL TIPS WOULD BE GREAT. So i’ve been following the crypto situation for about a year now. I invested about 300$ in the summer of 2021 and cashed out early this year and almost doubled my money. Then the crash happened and I’ve been waiting for bitcoin to hit the bottom, which I think it has done or is very close to do now. I can gather 500-1000$ every month to invest. My question is, how can I become “rich” by investing in crypto when I only have small amounts of money. In 12 months time I will have invested 6K-12K$. If btc goes to 100K in the coming year best I can hope for is making 30-40K. What do I do when the crypto marked goes down again? Should I hold the money and hope it reaches new tops or should I sell everything and try to buy close to the bottom again? I should also add that I’m 19 years old, have basically no education and is out of work. All the money I invest is from doing side jobs for people like cutting down trees and lawn mowing. I can make up to 6K$ per year without paying taxes in my country. I can’t get a normal 9-5 job because of health issues but if anyone knows of a smart side job that makes 10$+ an hour I could do from home I would appreciate it. Thank you. (I used bitcoin as an example but I will probably be investing in some different cryptos. Only the top most promising ones though because I want take as little risk as possible)

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You can get another $5k in by electing to get your tax refund as I-Bonds (simply make an overpayment right before tax time). If you're married filing jointly you get double the limit. Also TIPS are a thing as well, you aren't just limited to I-Bonds.

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0% APR credit card with sign on bonus + cash back. 1.5 year interest free loan with what amounts to anywhere from 4-7% back (compared to credit limit, factoring initial bonus). Make minimum payments. Take the fiat you have and invest in something safe (like TIPS), cash out and pay off loan before the promo runs out. Rinse & repeat. FAR superior to any "crypto back" debit card. Of course the big ballers here will disagree, but been doing this for 15+ years now and can't stop won't stop.

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>M'Lady \*tips fedora I think you meant TIPS FED

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A lot of tech stocks have also outperformed gold, but that's largely irrelevant to this particular use case because the majority of people who seek to use an asset as a store of value don't place as much importance on high returns as they do on stability - i.e. no wild swings in *one way or another* over the short or long-term, which Cryptos do a particularly bad job at regardless of the time frame you use as reference. I'm not saying they can't be used as such, but IMO there are better investment vehicles (like TIPS) if your priority is solely to secure your wealth rather than grow it.

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TIPS // Series I bonds are pretty safe. No risk, no reward tho.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Gold is a poor inflation hedge too, unless your time horizon is extremely long (think centuries). Source: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2078535. If you’re worried about inflation, buy TIPS, which are designed expressly to be an inflation hedge.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Okay, so where do you store your wealth to preserve it? * Stocks are falling because companies are less profitable during recessions and because borrowing to expand is more expensive. * Bonds (including TIPS) are falling because interest rates are being raised like crazy. * Real estate is about to start crashing because no one will be able to afford mortgage payments at the interest rates that are coming soon. * Savings accounts aren't even close to keeping up with inflation.

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I don't underatand why everyone is trying to dip catch a currency asset. Assuming BTC stabilizes, it's going to turn into gold...a 0% real yield boomer asset. That's literally the end game. I literally hold some gold myself only because it's more tax efficient than TIPS. I don't recommend it for most folks. I suppose you are in it for appreciation as it migrates from "speculative" to "mature"? Ok.. When is it mature then? When non-banana republic central banks hold it in reserve? That's not going to happen. Maybe when your kids call you a boomer for stacking btc? That picture is so fuzzy, I'd rather speculate in stocks where at least i get dividends/buybacks to carry..

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Check TIPS bonds. Treasury inflation protected securities

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nothing is returning back to normal. Spooky chains are still giga-fucked. I can't order lab pipette tips supplies I used to be able to get in 2 days because they have a 5 FUCKING WEEK LEAD TIME! FOR PIPETTE TIPS! Got a quote for a chiller unit with a 3 month lead time...wtf is the point of buying it at that point? I'm buying used equipment and factoring in future repairs to be able to meet timelines.Not sure what metrics you're seeing things "back to normal" but it is anything but normal. If by normal you mean uncertainty as the burn then yes...were heading back to normal. I don't see us going back to 2009 normal for 2-3 years. That's probably when the chip shortage will be over...maybe.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Already did. Bought commodities, real estate, and TIPS.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

No place on Earth that is safe. TIPS bonds, but the max you can own is $10k. Anyone investing in ANY crypto coin or firm that pays interest will be worth $0 soon enough.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fed is gonna have to go full Volcker prolly. On the plus side, my TIPS are doing awesome!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Turns out it doesn't matter if I'm right. You can buy TIPS and profit if it ends up being wrong. If it doesn't increase in dollar value then it is falling in value relative to everything else. If it cannot hold value to real world goods, then you're just playing make believe games on the flash drive.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank goodness I have 1/3 of my net worth in real estate and 8 years of living expense in TIPS. I can't imagine how it feels to actually have bet the farm on crypto.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Before anyone says "what about TIPS"? The principal at maturity is pegged to CPI. The actual trading price is not and therefore already prices in inflation expectations.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

According to people on the Internet the stock market is always crashing and it's always 1929. The S&P 500 today is only 14% off it's highs which isn't even a bear market let alone a crash. Now what I saw in 2008-2009 when the S&P 500 erased a decade worth of gains in a year, that was a crash. As far as what to do with your savings it depends on your time horizons. If all you want to do is protect your savings from inflation probably best to just buy Treasury inflation protected securities (TIPs). https://www.treasurydirect.gov/indiv/products/prod_tips_glance.htm#:~:text=You%20can%20buy%20TIPS%20from,sell%20it%20before%20it%20matures. Figure it's best to to invest in gold while inflation is running up but not when it's coming down. If you had a crystal ball and knew there would be supply constraints after COVID, the fed was going to be slow to start hiking short term interest rates and reducing it's balance sheet and Russia was going to do it's war mongering thing disrupting energy, food, and natural resource prices that would have been a good time to go long gold or other commodities. But I think you're right now it would actually be risky now that all these events have occurred and the fed is now switching to inflation fighting mode. It's easy for me to imagine gold performing well going from 2% to 8% inflation. Much harder for me to think it will do well going the opposite direction even if it happens slowly and inflation remains high for a while. I could be wrong though.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes... TIPS are priced according to *inflation expectations*. You can lose money in them still.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have you heard of TIPS?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

seeks to track the investment results of the Bloomberg Barclays US Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS) Index')

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sir, this is a subreddit for gambling degens. I think you might want to look into certificates of deposit (CDs), money market accounts, municipal bonds and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) if you want the lowest risk possible. Or you can do absolutely nothing and keep your money in the bank and earn .00000001 interest per year.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Honestly, it’s really a pretty good time to sell your house. But, like, put that in TIPS (inflation-protected treasuries), not crypto.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I could see it being a good thing if limited to stable coin designations. For stable coins above a certain market cap: * Implement collateral guidance similar to money market funds and banking reserves. Basically encourages (for banks) or requires (for money market funds) institutions to play it safe with their investments to guarantee 1 coin = 1 dollar by penalizing collateral in riskier assets. Basically, a $100 investment in a TIPS counts as $100 in collateral, but a $100 investment in a stock or BTC would only count as a fraction of the $100 toward a reserve requirement. * Require audits instead of attestations. No more of Tether's *I'm holding a ton of commercial paper, I'm just not going to say whose it is.* Require large stable coins to submit to audits that review both custody **and valuation** of their holdings, and publicly disclose their backing.

Mentions:#TIPS#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

TIPS are tied to inflation.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am basically all-in on crypto, but I still get my 10k of TIPS bonds from treasury direct every year. Like staking fiat lol

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Series I Bonds are way better than TIPS right now FWIW. I’m a believer in crypto, but also in some level of diversification and some small % in Series I Bonds is not bad at all right now. Generally speaking, most short and intermediate terms bonds and TIPS are awful longterm investments compared to alternatives, but we’re in unusual times and the Series I Bonds offer a decent yield (close to 10% now) given the pervasive inflation, and they’re a different beast than those bond funds traded on the open market or TIPS.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is TIPS?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well, holding 100% cash had its own risks. Are saying that you are saving for a house, and your house fund is 100% crypto? And that you have tens of thousands in crypto? If you are up since 2017, why not diversify your house fund into stocks (VOO or VOOG), bonds (AGG or TLT or TIPS), Gold (GLD), Cash, or other assets. If you put $1,000 in each you would still have a ton of crypto. Plus, your crypto holdings are fairly well diversified. So if you diversify into a multi asset portfolio, chances are you will be up somewhere even if most or some of the market is falling. Your advisor is right though, rising interest rates are coming in a big way, and it is hard to find a return in that environment, especially on riskier assets. There’s been free money flowing out of the fed for 2 years propping up the stock market and crypto. It’s hard to say what will happen next. Your best bet is to diversify. But, I don’t know that I would go 100% cash, especially when you are so knowledgeable on how to earn yield, staking, market making, etc with your crypto. Why go 100% cash when exchanges like Gemini are making it easy enough for dummies like me to earn 6.9% on stables. I am not going 100% cash when I can get 6.9% for doing almost nothing. And, you know a lot more about crypto than me. Still, you should diversify, even just a little. Sites like M1 make it easy to do.

Mentions:#VOO#TIPS#GLD
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's not very smart to just hold it in a savings account. If he's that worried, he should advise you to put it into bonds that are protected from inflation like TIPS and I bonds.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does it? YTD: S&P500: -7.93% GLD: 8.34% BTC: -15.44% vanguard retirement 2060 fund: -8.24% TIPS: -1% Looks like it’s not that great of a asset if it performs poorly in the exact environment it’s suppose to perform well in…

Mentions:#GLD#BTC#TIPS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I like VTIP, which is a TIPS ETF from Vanguard.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Didn't know you can do it through an ETF. Do you have any recommended TIPS ETF's?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

TIPS — Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities. They are Treasury bonds whose principal is indexed to (some measure of) inflation. They're not "insured," but their counterparty is the U.S. Federal Imperial Government, which backs the FDIC too, so functionally it's the same gamble. TIPS might not completely keep pace with *real* inflation, but they come a lot closer than a savings account.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My commodities and gold gains are partially offsetting my crypto and stock losses. Short TIPS being slightly positive as a foundation.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>if you were gonna sell you should have done it already.” I did, in Q4. And after retaining some of those profits and diversifying into other areas (commodities, gold, TIPS), I reinvested the remained back into BTC <$40k.

Mentions:#TIPS#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS is a way better store of value than both gold and crypto because they are inflation protected. Gold has cycles and might fall for decades(inflation adjusted). Crypto(except shit tokens) is a gainer of value and BTC is definitely not the best one for total returns.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm deep in DeFi, plan to start taking out rewards only (maybe 80%) monthly sometime this year. Pay off existing debt/loans. Then go back in with additional principal. Sufficient passive income is the ultimate goal. Put 50% of the rewards taken out into bond/TIPS/treasury/etc. mutual funds to gain a little until tax time, then withdraw and use that to pay taxes. Rinse and repeat.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The profits I took in Q4: 10% went into a self present 50% converted to stable coins, which were reinvested in crypto 40% were rolled into other non-crypto investments (stocks, commodities, TIPS)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bartering is unusable in a modern economy, there are just too many commodities to ever find people who want what you have. Any money replacement would have to be small, have standard units, and be easy to verify. Silver would be a classic choice, if someone would make some standard small rounds that people could recognize, like the old silver coins in the US. Forever stamps could be a currency in a crisis, since they have built in inflation protection, infinite supply, and no capital gains issues to using them, unlike TIPS, which are taxable on the inflation adjustment (what ?), and limited in the amount one person can buy, assuming of course the post office stays open. A roll of stamps is about $50, and a 20 sheet is about $10, and you can divide them down to $0.50 units.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The idea that it would be an inflation hedge was derived from the decision by Satoshi that it would have a limited supply of 21 million. That said, I'm not claiming it's a perfect inflation hedge. There are things like TIPS that are much better at that, if all you care about is beating inflation.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>The only reason crypto soared over last year was government money printers were on full blast. The printers are turned off now. Pretty true. But my entry prices are low enough that I can take a pretty big valuation haircut and still be in profit. And...TINA, really. Stocks are expensive, bonds are expensive, I already have as much TIPS as I need, and as much commodities and gold (non production assets) as I want. Plus, I'm 50% short on crypoto.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS poised to become the hottest new investment trend with the Instagram generation!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NGL Getting 50% match on 401k contributions to TIPS, commodities and gold feeling pretty good right now.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My crypto port is hedged with TIPS, gold, and commodities futures. And going 50% short on my alt.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve hedged my crypto with gold, commodities, TIPS, and going 50% short on my alt

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

How do TIPS work?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The efficient frontier for stocks is 30%, and you can make a portion of that SCV to improve its returns. Put the rest in TIPS, real estate, gold and crypto, plus some cash. Stay diversified. If Bitcoin does what you think it will, you won't need it to be 100% of your portfolio to win big, and if it doesn't do what you think it will, you'll be glad it wasn't 100% of your portfolio. Return of money is just as important as return on money. Never lose capital permanently, never go 100% in on anything.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS, commodities too

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIPS, commodities

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just stocks? Because I also invest in gold, commodities, TIPS, real estate, collectibles.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't forget the issuance rewards on the POS chain is locked likely until next year. There's going to be 6 months of ZERO new ETH on the market.. This will lead to the largest supply shock in crypto to date, maybe that parabolic move we've all been expecting. And don't forget miner TIPS will go to staking validators after the merge. This will jack the APR received for staking by *multiples* of what it is today, possibly as high as 15-20%+ (until more people stake bringing that down). I can't imagine a better place to store your wealth than in ETH, especially considering it'll be deflationary.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, TIPS have existed since 1997, 25 years. Their behavior is well understood.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

TIPS (bonds tied to inflation)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My short duration TIPS automatically adjust for CPI inflation. That sounds like a better store of value.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>The risk of hyperinflation turning gains into chump change is too strong. There's also the risk that crypto isn't yet a good inflation hedge and behaves like a risk asset that gets crushed in a rising rate environment. I hold TIPS, commodities, and crypto to hedge my bets.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My TIPS, real estate and commodities futures (CMDY) are my \*real\* inflation hedges. Crypto is just LARPing as one.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My TIPS and commodities are balling

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nah, I'm doing awesome. I put 10 years of living expenses into TIPS last summer. My house is up $400k more than I paid for it. cha-ching

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's why you hold TIPS

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

> an asset that's losing nearly a tenth of it's value daily You mean annually? Also most people don't "buy" dollars with Bitcoin to just hold, they *use* dollars as a medium of exchange to trade Bitcoin for just about *anything else of value* (from USD assets like savings accounts, CD, and Treasuries to I bonds and TIPS to stocks and corporate bonds to commodities to goods and services).

Mentions:#TIPS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OMG if CPI comes in high again my TIPS are going to sky rocket and I'm going to once again pay tax on phantom income.

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