Commodity Crash- A Warning Sign For Stocks?

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Published on September 30, 2015

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Slide 1: Commodity Trading Research Commodity Crash- A Warning Sign For Stocks? Slide 2: Welcome to Commodity Trading Research Your premier site for fundamental and tech nical analysis for profitable Commodity Trading . For more info on Commodity Trading Research visit our website www.CommodityTradingResearch.com Slide 3: Get Your Free Report on the BEST Commodity Stocks! We’ll tell you about this Special Offer at the end of the video! Slide 4: Hi, My name is Justin and I‘m with Commodity Trading Research , today were reviewing our recently published article… Slide 5: Commodity Crash- A Warning Sign For Stocks? Slide 6: No doubt about it, the commodity crash of the past year has been harsh and unforgiving . The majority of hard assets have sunk to multi-year lows thanks to a host of market specific factors. Slide 7: Energy, metals, softs - they’ve all been hit hard. To get an overall idea of how commodities have performed the past year, look no further than the Reuters/Jeffries CRB index… Slide 9: As you can see, this closely watched index has plummeted 30% over the past twelve months. In case you’re unaware, the CRB index reflects an equally weighted basket of 19 of the world’s most important commodities. Slide 10: Of course, much of the CRB downturn has to do with the enormous downturn in the energy markets. WTI crude is off 53% in the past year, while natural gas is down by 35%. Slide 11: But that’s not all… Slide 12: Precious metals platinum and palladium are down by 29% and 17%, respectively. Coffee and sugar have collapsed 41% and 29% in turn. And let’s not forget copper… Slide 13: The red metal, which is seen as a bellwether of global economic health, has careened lower by 25% since September of last year. Believe it or not, copper is reaching prices last seen in 2009, during Slide 14: the extreme uncertainty of the global financial crisis. The hefty copper downturn brings an important question to mind… Slide 15: Is the past year’s sell offforecasting a tumultuous downturn for the global economy? Slide 16: As you may know, there are already some big worries coming out of China. The world’s second largest economy is hitting a major road bump in terms of economic growth. Slide 17: Recent manufacturing and import/export data reveals the country is slowing quite rapidly. Here’s the deal … Wall Street can’t figure out if China’s economic dip is just a short-term blip, or Slide 18: if their economy is indeed coming in for a hard landing. As I’m sure you’re aware, US equity markets are suffering through a rather intense bout of volatility because of China. Slide 19: In fact, the S&P 500 is already down over 10% from the all-time highs set just two months ago. Take a look at this long-term chart… Slide 21: As you can see, the S&P 500 has experienced a remarkable run-up since the lows of financial crisis in early 2009. But as you can also see, the past few weeks of trading havesent the S&P 500 sharply lower. Slide 22: Here’s the question… Is the recent selloff in equities the start of an even bigger downturn- one that copper and other commodity markets have been forecasting for over a year now? Slide 23: It’s an important question, and one that has a multitude of opinions for answers. Here’s how I look at it… Slide 24: If demand for copper and other commodities is really weakening as much as the hard asset markets have priced in over the past year, there could be big trouble brewing for the global Slide 25: economy-and the equity markets as a whole. As a result, the recent stock downturn could very well be the start of a larger correction. In fact, the odds are quickly growing of a drop to the red trend line in the chart above. Slide 26: Such a downturn would mean the S&P 500 has at least another 10% of downside ahead of it. Invest accordingly… Slide 27: Want More from Commodity Trading Research.com? Follow us on Social Media Slide 28: Want more FREE information on Commodity Trading ? Commodity Trading Research.com Get Your FREE Report Now Slide 29: The 3 BEST Commodity Stocks for 2015 Trading Success! Click Here READ THIS  FREE  REPORT!

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