Avoid Getting Screwed by Inflation with The Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF ($INFL)

Inflation! It's scary. J-Pow and the Plunge Protection Team have quantitative eased the shit out of the US economy so much that consumer prices are running rampant. Money printer goes BRRRT! Throw in supply chain issues, the lingering effects of a pandemic, and a red-hot overvalued stock market and what do you get? Motherfucking inflation, the shit that makes you poorer every year because your wagecuck ass is too scared to ask your corporate overlord for more than a 2% raise each year. Fortunatley, you don't have to resort to giving mouth-pleasure to randoms behind the Wendy's dumpster for now. It turns out that some stocks grow well with inflation - typically commodities and consumer staples that are able to pass their increased operating costs onto the consumer (idiots like you). The cool thing is, instead of taking Adderall and looking for self-affirming DD (douche debris) from equally cracked out retail investors on SeekingAlpha, you can take the easy way out (not $ROPE) and buy an ETF benefits from inflation. Introducing the Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF ($INFL), brought to you by the coked-up fund managers at Horizon Kinetics. The ETF holds stocks that hold tangible, finite assets which can benefit from pricing pressures and have “capital-light” business models — those that don’t take on a great deal of risk or spend excessively in order to turn a profit, and finally, reasonable valuations. $INFL is up 17.48% since its launch on January 11th, 2021 and has accrued over $928 million in net assets under management. What will it cost you? A relatively hefty management expense ratio of 0.85%. The ETF’s top holdings are Charles River Laboratories, Texas Pacific Land Corp., PrairieSky Royalty, Franco Nevada Corp. and Deutsche Boerse. It also has substantial positions in Intercontinental Exchange, Wheaton Precious Metals Corp., Archer-Daniels-Midland and Brookfield Asset Management. $INFL could be a good cyclical inflation hedge for your portfolio, one that doesn't require alot of brain cells (which I lack, my brain is smooth as shit).

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Avoid Getting Screwed by Inflation with The Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF ($INFL)

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Inflation! It's scary. J-Pow and the Plunge Protection Team have quantitative eased the shit out of the US economy so much that consumer prices are running rampant. Money printer goes BRRRT!

Throw in supply chain issues, the lingering effects of a pandemic, and a red-hot overvalued stock market and what do you get? Motherfucking inflation, the shit that makes you poorer every year because your wagecuck ass is too scared to ask your corporate overlord for more than a 2% raise each year.

Fortunatley, you don't have to resort to giving mouth-pleasure to randoms behind the Wendy's dumpster for now. It turns out that some stocks grow well with inflation - typically commodities and consumer staples that are able to pass their increased operating costs onto the consumer (idiots like you).

The cool thing is, instead of taking Adderall and looking for self-affirming DD (douche debris) from equally cracked out retail investors on SeekingAlpha, you can take the easy way out (not $ROPE) and buy an ETF benefits from inflation.

Introducing the Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF ($INFL), brought to you by the coked-up fund managers at Horizon Kinetics.

The ETF holds stocks that hold tangible, finite assets which can benefit from pricing pressures and have “capital-light” business models — those that don’t take on a great deal of risk or spend excessively in order to turn a profit, and finally, reasonable valuations.

$INFL is up 17.48% since its launch on January 11th, 2021 and has accrued over $928 million in net assets under management. What will it cost you? A relatively hefty management expense ratio of 0.85%.

The ETF’s top holdings are Charles River Laboratories, Texas Pacific Land Corp., PrairieSky Royalty, Franco Nevada Corp. and Deutsche Boerse. It also has substantial positions in Intercontinental Exchange, Wheaton Precious Metals Corp., Archer-Daniels-Midland and Brookfield Asset Management.

$INFL could be a good cyclical inflation hedge for your portfolio, one that doesn't require alot of brain cells (which I lack, my brain is smooth as shit).

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