One should sell the stock market / commodity market spread, looks like a pretty safe bet. The dot.com bubble burst in 2020, when will the current stock market bubble burst and / or commodities rise via inflation?
Over the past year we have seen ComDoll currencies have seen massive gain's over the last 6 months as we have seen the price of goods based on the US dollars go up as oil has been one of the only com's that have gone nowhere near flat. Recently, we have seen the Core Commodity Index stall out leading to smaller volatility in the face of a possible realization of a...
Let's keep it simple.
Increase in raw material & production cost-> Decrease in aggregate supply (Suppliers drop out as profit deteriorates)-> Decrease in total production->. If demand remains the same (most likely going to be the case unless there is another stimulus check coming in), then remaining producers/suppliers who now have more pricing power can and...
In relation to equal weight, Smart Money Hedgers are holding record Short exposure on the CRB commodity index. Historically, when Smart Money Hedgers have had this type of exposure (short contracts totalling more than 100,000) as it is now, the CRB index declined every time over the medium to long term.
Keep an eye on the weekly bearish engulfing candle....
Expected increase in price of commodities for this year.
Remember that in this index, each asset has different a weight and includes 19 commodities. According to Investopedia:
39% allocated to energy contracts
41% to agriculture
7% to precious metals
13% to industrial metals
SPGSCI: S&P Goldman & Sachs Commodity Index
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Commodities have rallied into resistance. We are currently looking for a pullback to the last support range. To chart this we are looking at the Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Commodity Index (TRJEFFCRB), which is an index comprised...
Last week's gravestone Doji candle is potentially showing a breakdown of the TR commodities index. And as Chris Kimble pointed out in bit.ly/2RDMcgd - this could spell depression. A depression signals a low demand for commodities, except for precious metals.
Looking at Commodities via the Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index (TRJEFFCRB), an index that tracks 19 commodities including coca, coffee, copper, corn, gold, orange juice, soybeans, unleaded gas, wheat, etc, to see if the 1999 bottom will continue to hold as support today.
We can see price has currently found support on the bullish order block formed back...
The philosophy way of approaching saving energy( FYI there’s no “free” energy )
Since 2016 we've been using solar panel for saving energy. After that, by having a project to use this economic way of the COP more than 100% in 10 years, it has become a little bored. So we’ve begun to explore the ways of using solar panel at night.
Evidently now within a world...