“In 1975 Australia’s consumer price inflation rate reached 20%. Between 1981 and 1987 the yield on the risk-free Australian Government Bond averaged 13.9%. Similarly, the US ten-year Treasury Bond averaged 10.6% for all of the 1980’s! For a generation now, investors, regulators and consumers have been dealing with a monumental ‘unwind’ process, that sought to and succeeded in shaking this bane of inflation and high interest rates out of the global economic system.” To read the rest of the review by Malcolm Palmer from Joseph Palmer & Sons, please click here.