Inflation - measuring the cost of living

Inflation and deflation. CPI-U. Real and nominal return. Phillips Curve.

We think we're getting a certain return on our investments, but can we put it in terms of real purchasing power since the value of money is constantly changing? The answer is yes and this tutorial shows you how.

Prices don't always go up. Sometimes they go down (we call this deflation). This tutorial explains how this happens.

This tutorial walks through various scenarios of moderate and extreme price changes. Very good way to understand how activity in the economy may impact price (and vice versa).

Economists have noticed a correlation between unemployment and inflation (you may want to guess what type of correlation). On some level, this tutorial is common sense, but it will give you fancy labels for this relation so that you can sound fancy at fancy parties.