by tonytran2015 (Melbourne, Australia).
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The 92 years resistance line double its value every 14 years. So the growth rate of DJIA Index is 10%. Any investment tracking the DJIA would give a capital gain at a rate of 5.2% per year on top of any dividends. The dividend payouts are not included in DJIA .
The line is a good prediction of very long term return on investment in the share market, which is 5.2% capital growth plus annual dividends.
Peaked gold price was relatively flat at $21/oz in 1929 and tecently has a peak at $1800/oz in 2021 April . Peak gold price has a growth rate of 5.0% per annum. The long term price rise of gold is also 5%.
American and Australian currencies have been tracking each other for at least since 1970. It is safe to assume that the two economies also track each other.
Why are government published inflation and superannation return rates quite different from DJIA and gold growth rate?
It is obvious that governments give biased misleading figures on inflation (at 3% target) to retain confidence in its fiat currency while the superannuation industry quietly feeds itself the difference between the real return (of 5.2% plus dividends) and the declared investment return given back to superannuation account holders (eg. 5% to 6.5% in Australia for the last 15 years, net of fees and tax, before administration fees and adviser commissions..
So again users of fiat currency get ripped off by government and workers get ripped off by superannuation managers, who support compulsory superannuation for workers.
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