Oy that's a tough one!I suspect that you think it may be a valid thought :-)
I would have to say that for objects of lesser worth, yes, because although it is irritating to see the price of something go up just because everyone suddenly wants it, that price does reflect demand.
However, there are some big things that do not deserve the value they receive because they are artificially inflated by greedy corporations, such as cell phone services or especially cars. Why is it everyone has to go in debt for a vehicle or even a house? Way back when, people used to build their own houses, and I'm not sure it even took 10 years to do so, probably a year. Of course to have modern conveniences costs money too, but to me, paying a mortgage for 30 years is slavery.
So where it counts the most, I'll say no, because the majority of people don't control the value of money anymore, the government, banks and powerful corporations do.