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inflation-adjusted

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  • U.S. ones are priced to deliver long-term inflation-adjusted returns of 4% a year, including dividends, reckons Mr. Shiller, about double what the 10-year Treasury bond pays.

    Peeling Back the Market's P/E

  • Their long-term inflation-adjusted return plummeted by 87% after 1945.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • By comparing the yield of a nominal (namely, non-inflation-adjusted) Treasury bond with the real (namely, inflation-adjusted) yield of a TIPS bond of the same maturity (using data available at the U.S. Treasury's website), you can see whether you're overpaying or underpaying for inflation protection.

  • According to the Rapaport Diamond Index, a respected industry benchmark, prices of top-quality stones have collapsed by as much as 80% in real, inflation-adjusted terms over the last 30 years.

    Diamonds Aren't an Investor's Best Friend

  • Over the longer term, investors want vehicles that can provide solid inflation-adjusted returns.

    College Saving Gets Trickier

  • Between 2005 and 2009, inflation-adjusted median wealth fell by more than 50% among African American households and by 66% among Hispanic households, according to a recent Pew Center study.

    Rep. Elijah Cummings: Enough Is Enough

  • Inflation is running above 2%, largely due to higher energy and food prices, which means workers' average inflation-adjusted wages have declined.

    Wages Fail to Keep Up With Inflation

  • Median income for American families actually fell, in inflation-adjusted dollars, between 2000 and 2009, the latest year for which numbers are available.

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  • In America families with stay-at-home wives have the same inflation-adjusted income as similar families did in the early 1970s …

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  • From 2005 to 2009, inflation-adjusted median wealth fell by 66% among Hispanic households and 53% among black households, compared with just 16% among white households.

    José Fernando López: Latinos and Blacks Missing in Occupy Wall Street

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