At DeCamilla Capital we recognize the simple fact that prices for common goods and services continually increase. While there are periods when prices are flat and even decline, their trend has been to relentlessly rise.
Inflation erodes the purchasing power of a dollar necessary to maintain one’s lifestyle: Today’s Dollar = 40¢ vs. 1995 Dollar = $1.00. For the same market basket you need to spend a $1.60 in today’s dollar to match the purchasing power of the 1995 dollar.
Ask DeCamilla Capital Management how owning a well-crafted customized portfolio of high-grade stocks can protect your purchasing power and standard of living.