From Chris Kimble: Commodities have spent the majority of the past 16-years inside of rising channel, represented in the chart below.
From Invesco: Alternative investments (alts) were first embraced by institutions, and some people still view them as a complex solution for complex needs.
From Invesco: For investors, it’s a whole new ballgame in 2018. Markets have become much more volatile and reactive to economic and political events, leaving investors increasingly concerned about what the future will bring for stocks and bonds.
From Chris Kimble: Time frames are an important component of successful investing and research. And an investor’s perspective on a price trend depends very much on the time frame with they are looking at the given asset’s price.
From Dana Lyons: This obscure commodity index could well hold the key to identifying the next big directional move in commodities.
From Chris Kimble: The below chart looks at Commodity ETF DBC on a weekly basis over the past 8-years.
Since the commodities supercycle began unwinding 10 years ago, many investors have been waiting for the right conditions to trigger mean reversion and lift prices.
Technical analyst Chris Kimble looks at commodities’ recent surge and finds potential for another leg higher.
From WisdomTree: Do commodities have a place in a portfolio?
Disney’s Black Panther is in theaters right now, breaking all kinds of box office records and wowing audiences. The film features a fictional, highly-advanced African country known as Wakanda, whose vast wealth and prosperity are derived almost exclusively from the mining of a rare, fantastical metal called vibranium.
Technical analyst Chris Kimble points out an important test in play for a major commodity tracking index, which could hold the key to a renewed rally — or a crash.
From Invesco: Commodity performance has been mixed in recent years. A strong rally in 2016 was followed by more modest returns in 2017, with gains in industrial metals offsetting weakness in energy and agricultural commodities.
On the campaign trail, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump pledged to invest as much as $1 trillion in U.S. infrastructure if he were elected. Last week during his first State of the Union address, now-President Trump added half a trillion dollars more to that figure.
From Knowledge Leaders Capital: Oil prices have pushed through resistance and are breaking out while the US dollar has pushed through support and is breaking down.
From Chris Kimble: From 2011 to late 2015, the Thomson Reuters Equal Weighted Commodity Index lost nearly half its value as the Gold, Grains, and Energy industries worked their way through bear markets.