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Now Is the Best Time in 50 Years to Make This Move

It's plain and simple: Commodities are back.

The most cyclical, and sometimes most volatile, sector is back in full "bull" mode.

The market has definitely turned: Volatility is back in stocks in a big way, the dollar is anemic – in outright free fall – fears of inflation are on the rise, and destructive, expensive trade wars loom.

On the other hand, after hitting its lowest levels in more than 20 years back in January 2016, the widely followed Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) Index is now up about 28%.

You don't have to take the numbers on their own: Some of the world's most accomplished and highly respected money managers have lately come out in favor of commodities, saying resources are the place to be in 2018 and beyond.

There's a confluence of factors making the case that we're in the very early innings of a monster commodities bull market.

Let me prove it to you - and show you my favorite way to cash in on the developing supercycle...


The Coming Tide of Inflation Will Send This Investment Soaring

Globally, central bankers have cut interest rates nearly 700 times since the crisis in 2008, to the point that they're at the lowest levels in 5,000 years.

They're doing this to boost inflation, we all know, but so far it seems the only inflation they've been able to create is in stocks. The S&P 500 is up more than 200% since the 2009 bottom, despite the slowest U.S. economic growth in 70 years.

But it turns out you can't baste the global economy with $12 trillion in newly printed "funny money" without precipitating some consequences.

That inflation the bankers have been looking for for nearly a decade now is just a trickle, but I've got some evidence that it's about to become more of a runaway firehose. It was headed this way even before Donald Trump vowed to weaken the dollar to boost U.S. competitiveness.

This inflationary trend is boosting one asset class in particular, ahead of most others – that's why it's still "unloved" and trading at a tidy discount right now.

It won't stay that way, though...