A New Commodity ‘Super-Cycle’ Is Here – What’s Next For Prices?

Published: Feb 15, 2021, 09:41 UTC2min read
With metal prices hitting the highest in years and oil trading well above $50 a barrel – a new commodity super-cycle is now firmly underway.

Everyone from Goldman Sachs to Bank of America have been calling for a bull market in commodities, since the turn of the year. JPMorgan is now the latest Wall Street bank predicting the start of a new commodities super-cycle in 2021.

JP Morgan noted in their latest report that “a long-term boom across the commodities complex appears underway and there could be big gains ahead for the entire sector”.

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The new super-cycle will be driven by the post-pandemic recovery, massive stimulus spending, rising inflation, growth in China, more aggressive environmental policies and a deteriorating U.S dollar.

Last week, Platinum took centre-stage rallying to six-year highs. Platinum has outperformed its peers this year after spending most of 2020 lagging behind.

Platinum’s explosive rally also pulled sister metal Palladium higher, which is now up 70% in the past 12 months. Meanwhile Rhodium, which is like Platinum on steroids – has surged from $3,000 in February 2019, to a new all-time high of $21,000 in February 2021. That’s a phenomenal gain of 600% within the past two years.

Elsewhere, Copper prices hit their highest level since October 2012, whilst Oil soared past $60 a barrel for the first time in more than a year – up over 218% from the lows seen in April 2020.

And then there was Silver – which earlier this month hit $30 an ounce for the first time since 2013.

All in all, the evidence is mounting that a new commodity super-cycle is underway and this is definitely one of the hottest asset classes to watch in 2021.

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