Investment capital is designed for investment in order to generate a positive yield.

It is necessary to take inflationary factors into account when investing in order to achieve actual returns. The goal of any investment is to outperform the inflation rate, ensuring real capital growth.

Nominal returns are mentioned in investment contracts/products and do not take inflation into account. The real return is the part of the return that is left after accounting for inflation. It shows the real increase in the value of the invested funds.

Inflation reduces the purchasing power of money over time. When planning investments, it is important to consider the current and expected inflation rate to protect your investments from losses caused by inflation.

There is nothing wrong with inflation. Correction: there is nothing wrong with low inflation.

Digital assets are, in our opinion, deflationary instruments.

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