Rising prices are scaring investors. Here’s how inflation works, how it affects investments like stocks and funds and how to protect your money. RELATED: https://bit.ly/3fvGCZL
Americans are paying more for everything from rental cars to hotels this spring due to pent-up demand for travel, which has been juiced by extra cash from stimulus checks.
But rising inflation won’t just weigh on your travel budget or your shopping bills. It could also affect your investments.
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