- November prices were choppy, with costs of gasoline and shelter creating most of the increase.
- Non-seasonally adjusted inflation fell 0.16%, which will cause a drop in TIPS principal balances in January.
- With rising real yields, TIPS are looking to be a strong investment in 2017.
Read my full analysis at SeekingAlpha.com
Also, I have updated my Tracking Inflation and I Bonds page with these new numbers.
And here are the new January Inflation Indexes for TIPS.
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