What’s Really Going on with the Product Shortages We Never Saw Under the Trump Administration?

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Since the Biden/Obama Administration took over, there have been a number of shortages in products.  What’s really going on?   

Only a few weeks ago we were concerned about the rising cost of gas in the US.

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Lumber is now difficult to obtain.

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Homebuyers across the nation are up against one of the tightest housing markets in modern history. It’s so hot that even amid a pandemic, median home prices are up 16% over the past year. Building more homes would be the most straightforward way to help buyers. But construction is constrained by scarcity of a formerly plentiful and cheap commodity: lumber.

Coffee is now facing shortages.

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A drought in Brazil coupled with an increase in demand for coffee as the world reopens after the coronavirus pandemic has led to higher coffee prices, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

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Some people think there is more to the shortages than meets the eye.  Are these shortages created to offset the perception that commodities are increasing in price due to inflation?

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What a mess the Biden/Obama Administration is in.  And to think the Senate just passed another bill for a trillion more dollars in debt.  Unbelievable.

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