Treasury Inflation Protection Securities or TIPS, are indexed bonds or bonds whose interest and principle payment are adjusted for changes in the price level. The interest rate on these bonds provides a direct measure of a real interest rate.
Using the Fisher equation:
i = ir + E(P)
i - nominal interest rate
ir - real interest rate
E(P) - expected inflation
We can re-arrange the terms to get:
Expected inflation rate for the next 10 years = ( (i) - Ten Year Treasury Constant Maturity Rate, monthly) - ((ir)- 10 Year TIPS, Monthly)
So the expected inflation rate for the next 10 years is around 3.2%.