In the last five months, according to the Federal Reserve Board, the money supply in the United States has increased by 271 percent. It has almost tripled. TheHill.com - Coming next year: Obama's inflation When the government has approved government spending on an order of magnitude far greater than any conceivable increase in the supply of goods and services (as in the case of the Obama Administration), the only way to avoid inflation would seem to be to reduce the supply of money. There are three ways to do this (which can be done in any combination): 1. Increase taxes. 2. Remove money from circulation by selling government bonds. 3. Increase bank reserve requirements. Capital Flow Watch Here are three questions that I would like answered: a. Which of the three choices will the Obama Administration use? b. Will they be successful? c. What will be the impact on the price of gold?