This is an analysis based on current data points and trends, including the collapse of agricultural fertilizer production (affecting crop yields throughout 2022), the collapse of the supply chain for agricultural machinery parts (no parts for tractors, planters, combines, etc.), the continued lockdown-induced labor shortage crisis (affecting food production and processing companies) and the obvious desire by the Biden regime to cause maximum suffering and death across America via vaccine mandates, economic collapse and engineered scarcity.
The implications of all this will extend throughout 2022 and will almost certainly persist into 2023.
We can already see the food shortages on the horizon, due to crop production cycles
While finance predictions are very difficult to nail down due to the ability of financial markets to suddenly shift, agriculture is dependent on natural cycles and time requirements such as seasons, plant growth timelines, availability of fertilizer, costs of fuel, transportation infrastructure, etc. Thus, when agricultural inputs begin failing in the present, it doesn't require rocket science to project the failures in crop production one or more seasons into the future.