I disagree. When commodities are out of favor as they have been for the last 25 years, your impression is not suprising because of little movement. However, all macroeconomic factors seem point to the next upcycle being out of stocks and bonds - very similiar to the 1970s. Commodities should be the next bull market over the next ten years, already well underway though very few have noticed. The last five years have been dramatic for commodities in general - big upswings. There are funds that allow future plays on a long term ongoing basis. Under-investment and huge new Asian demand for raw materials should continue to increase. You'll see CNBC one day talking about commodities all day long rather than stocks.
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