Yes. But you are only talking about the short term and are acting as if longterm concerns do not come into play. As our debt grows(and it grows faster during deflation of asset bubbles) our countries ability to service that debt becomes less and less. This undermines the underlying value of the currency.
This is why I am asking if you are thinking that the forced liquidations(etc) will outweigh other factors for awhile longer before our currency turns into tp.
well but with the biggest crise and what have You gold can not close over 1000$ it will take some more time and the trend is down for now and I moved my stop to 935$ so since i´m short from 980 and i have sold some mining shares 1 month ago since i had to much it is just a trade to make money.... i would not sell me Gold and silver bars and hope to buy more at 650-700$
So do the deflationists essentially think we will have deflation followed by hyperinflation? If your answer to that is no than I am not sure why you think record money printing, debt accumulation and government spending will not lead to inflation. If we trully have sustained deflation our debt will just be astronomical.