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Surging Commodities


March 3, 2022 ( Newswire) S&P 500 returned above 4,350s as credit markets indeed weren't leading to the downside. Consolidation now followed by more upside, that's the most likely scenario next. Yesterday's risk-on turn was reflected also in value rising more than tech. Anyway, the Nasdaq upswing is a good omen for the bulls in light of the TLT downswing - Treasuries are bucking the Powell newfound rate raising hesitation - inflation ambiguity is back. The yield curve is still compressing, and the pressure on the Fed to act, goes on - looking at where real asset prices are now, it had been indeed unreasonable to expect inflation to slow down meaningfully. Told you so - as I have written yesterday:

(...) What's most interesting about bonds now, is the relenting pressure on the Fed to raise rates - the 2-year yield is moving down noticeably, and that means much practical progress on fighting inflation can't be expected. Not that there was much to start with, but the expectations of the hawkish Fed talk turning into action, are being dialed back. The current geopolitical events provide a scene to which attention is fixated while inflation fires keep raging on with renewed vigor (beyond energies) - just as I was calling for a little deceleration in CPI towards the year end bringing it to probably 5-6%, this figure is starting to look too optimistic on the price stability front.

Predictable consequence are strong appreciation days across the board in commodities and precious metals. - let's enjoy the sizable open profits especially in oil and copper. I told you weeks ago that real assets are where to look for in portfolio gains - and even the modest S&P 500 long profits taken off the table yesterday, are taking my portfolio performance chart to fresh highs.

Crude oil keeps rising as if there's no tomorrow, copper is joining in, agrifoods are on fire - and precious metals continue being very well bid. Cryptos aren't selling off either. Anyway, this is the time of real assets...

Let's move right into the charts (all courtesy of

S&P 500 and Nasdaq Outlook

S&P 500 bulls are back, and I'm looking for consolidation around these levels. The very short-term direction isn't totally clear, but appears favoring the bulls unless corporate junk bonds crater. Not too likely.

Credit Markets

HYG performance shows rising risk appetite, but the waning volume is a sign of caution for today. Unless LQD and TLT rise as well, HYG looks short-term stretched, therefore I'm looking for consolidation today.

Gold, Silver and Miners

Precious metals are doing great, and they merely corrected yesterday - both gold and silver can be counted on to extend gains if you look at the miners' message. As the prospects of vigorous Fed action gets dialed back, they stand to benefit even more.

Crude Oil

Crude oil surge is both justified and unprecedented - and oil stocks aren't weakening. It looks like we would consolidate in the volatile range around $110 next.


Copper is joining in the upswing increasingly more, and the buyer's return before the close looks sufficient to maintain upside momentum that had been questioned earlier in the day. The break higher out of the long consolidation, is approaching.

Bitcoin and Ethereum

Crypto buyers are consolidating well deserved gains, and the bullish flag is being formed. The sellers are nowhere to be seen at the moment - I'm still looking for the current tight range to be resolved to the upside next.


S&P 500 has reached a short-term resistance, which would be overcome only should bonds give their blessing. It's likely these would confirm the risk-on turn, but HYG looks a bit too extended - its consolidation of high ground gained, could slow the stock bulls somewhat. The risk appetite and „rush to safety" in commodities and precious metals goes on, more or less squeezing select assets such as crude oil. The CRB Index upswing is though of the orderly and broad advance flavor, and does reflect the prospects of inflation remaining elevated for longer than foreseen by the mainstream.

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Monica Kingsley
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