Originally Posted by Daddymow
The continued rise in NAS prices are clearly the result of the continued use of quantitative easing and other expansionary monetary policies being used by the central bankers in order to keep the central planners happy (and cover up their mistakes). More dollars are chasing a dwindling supply of NAS Defenders. No different than the rise in the price of beef, bacon, limes, coffee, eggs and so on and so forth.
Granted, but if everything else is subject to the same inflation as you suggest (I agree), then it doesn't really matter. It's all connected and therefore the NAS vs. ROW still exists as it's own market.