In a crisis, desperate times often call for desperate measures. As acknowledgment to lessons learned from the Great Depression of the 1930s, federal institutions have embraced economic and monetary stimuli, low interest rates, and free(ish) trade policies to keep the economic wheels turning. But the price tag has been hefty. In a matter of weeks, trillions of dollars were printed — some physically, most electronically — which is on the heels of $4+ trillion created during the 2008–2009 financial crisis just a decade ago. With so many more U.S. dollars in circulation, should investors worry about inflation — a decline in the value of money?