Anyone that has made a trip to the local grocery store recently knows they are paying more at the checkout.
We are paying more at the pump, and lets not forget we are coming upon the customary “summer season”, where we see our annual rise at the pump because of a rise in demand. There are some estimates that we will see $ 5 per gallon by Memorial Day, it's not going to take that long, and once it gets there, that “fictional” number, there is no going back.
If you have been to the local grain store to pick up that bag of chicken, rabbit, alpaca or horse grain. Be prepared to pay more, and at the rate it is rising, you can plan to add your daughters pet rabbit in the backyard as a line item in your personal household monthly budget.
Is this the trickle down effect? Where does it start? What is one of the things that is related to each and every one of these items that prices are rising at impact speed? And no sign of reversing?