Barron's Finance & Investment Handbook
states: "Traditionally, gold and real estate have a reputation as good inflation hedges, though growth in stocks also can offset inflation in the long run. Money market funds
, which pay higher yields as interest rates rise during inflation times, can also be a good inflation hedge."
John Downes & Jordan Elliot Goodman, Barron's Finance & Investment Handbook
(6th ed.: Barron's Educational Series, 2003), p. 496.
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