One of the primary goals of Hinde Capital is preserving and increasing investors’ purchasing power. This is why Hinde Capital’s inaugural fund – Hinde Gold Fund – was one focused on gold. When central banks are printing money and debasing currencies, hard assets and financial assets are generally preferable to holding cash. Inflation is currently low. When inflation takes off, financial assets will start to suffer, and hard assets will do best, eg commodities, gold, etc.
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