The dollar is inversely correlated to all sorts of other things, including alternative currencies (including Bitcoin ), (including metals), global equities (developed, emerging, and frontier markets), and perhaps the value/growth ratio (mostly because value companies like energy majors and miners benefit from strong prices). That means that the ten-year dollar cycle also tends to create ten-year cycles in these other markets.
The downward dollar breakout has already led to an upward breakout in the ratios of global and emerging markets equities to US equities (purple and green lines on the chart). A recent survey of investment managers showed that they believe emerging markets will be the best performer over the next ten years. also rank highly in those investment manager surveys, and we are nearing a for (red line on the chart). The value/growth ratio (black line on the chart) has been showing a little life as well, and it's possible that we will also head toward a in that ratio.