There have been six
There have been six commodity peaks in the past 227 years, with the most recent peak in June 2008. Michael Avery speaks to Rene Hochreiter, Mining Analyst at Noah Capital Markets; Peter Major, Mining Analyst at Mergence; and Andries Rossouw, PwC's Africa Energy, Utilities and Resources leader, about whether we are entering the next commodity supercycle and what this signals for the local mining industry and broader South African economy?
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Cheating odds again these youtubers get cheating odds
I think supercycle is possible but commodities outperforming stocks, bonds and cash is probable when you look at lot of things combined: inflation coming, dollar down, Green energy boom lot of materials needed, deficits currently in many metals and deficits projected in many more, commodities are historical my undervalued to sp500, deficit in homes in usa, bipartisan support for infrastructure plans in usa. Just lot of things lining up very nicely for commodities strong performance
i think inflation will be really segmented and selective. Alot of $ being injected regardless of scenario but with shutdowns it means more $ chasing fewer goods and therefore inflation. In places where demand plumets like travel etc this will be less of an issue. Great video!
JPMorgan Managing Director
JPMorgan Managing Director and Head of EMEA Oil & Gas Research Christyan Malek discusses his forecast for the price of oil.
except $RECAF will be dumping 8 million barrels per day on to the market.
Just buy OILLLLLLL, IT IS STILL DOWN.
If Iran chooses to press the "nuclear button" to close the Strait of Hormuz, Brent crude oil may soar to a few hundred dollars per barrel. Any unrest or military situation in the Strait may cause oil prices to rise to US$150/barrel or US$200/barrel. "
In 2008, Brent crude oil hit a record high, above $147 per barrel.
Several analysts said that the risk of conflict between the United States and Iran is rising due to the government's hint that its ultimate goal is regime change in Iran.
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