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What Makes Goldman Sachs Majorly Bullish On Commodities

Commodities ended positively in 2016 for the first time in six years, so there should be further room to run. When business optimism goes up, capital expenditure also goes up & when capex goes up, commodities follow. Goldman has been neutral on commodities, recommending an overweight position only 4 times in the last 20 years. So now when it is become bullish, investors should pay attention.

It Might Be Time to Grab the Commodities Bull by the Horns

Commodity investors have had to endure a dry spell for a while now, but those days are starting to look as if they might be behind us. We see encouraging signs that a bottom has been reached and a new commodities super-cycle has begun, as global manufacturing expansion and inflation are finally gathering steam following the financial crisis more than eight years ago.

Silver Market Crushed & the S&P Levitated: Both seem likely to turn soon

Confidence is what holds the unbacked fiat currency system together. Confidence can evaporate rapidly, though unpredictably. When confidence fades – real money, hard assets, and commodities, such as gold and silver, real estate, diamonds, and base metals, will shine. The silver market has been crushed and the S&P has been levitated. Both seem likely to turn soon.

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