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Inflation, commodities and the best way to put together for the sudden

Inflation was not a priority for buyers final decade, and in 2021 coverage specialists insisted that inflation was simply “transitory”. Each shares and bonds have declined on the identical time in 2022, and this development continued throughout Q3 2022. Sensible skilled expertise with inflation will not be of a lot use until monetary careers have been began within the early 1970’s, when rising commodity costs and weak financial development produced “stagflation”. Commodities have traditionally carried out properly throughout such inflationary episodes, and we’ll evaluate each the long-term historical past and up to date market efficiency of conventional belongings and inflation, highlighting the vital function commodities can present to diversified funding portfolios.


On this session, you may be taught:

  • Challenges to portfolio diversification when utilizing solely shares and bonds
  • Perspective on the final main inflation episode through the 1970’s
  • Advantages of commodities for diversified portfolios inspecting 150 years of historical past
  • Explanation why the US Federal Reserve and economists not take into account inflation to be “transitory”
  • Basic sources of return in international commodity markets

For Institutional Use Solely. 

John Love is a Registered Consultant of ALPS Distributors, Inc. 

ALPS Distributors, Inc., shouldn’t be affiliated with SummerHaven Index Administration, LLC and USCF Advisers, LLC 

Funds distributed by ALPS Distributors, Inc.

CFP, CIMA®, CPWA®, CIMC®, RMA®, and AEP® CE Credit have been utilized for and are pending approval.

Sponsored by

John Love

President and CEO

USCF Investments


Kurt Nelson




Douglas M. Yones, ChFC – Host

Head of Trade Traded Merchandise

New York Inventory Trade





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