CHART OF THE DAY: Obvious Broadening Of Inflation

10/25/21 07:49AM EDT

Below is a chart and brief excerpt from today's Early Look written by Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough. 

While I sometimes get accused of being “shorter-term” (which is fine, sometimes one needs to make short-term pivots!), Dollar Down, Commodities Up has been our Full Cycle Investing view since June of 2020:

  1. Oil (WTI) inflated another +2.5% last week, taking its TRENDING (3-month) return to +20.7%
  2. Rubber inflated +2.7% last week, taking its immediate-term TRADE momentum to +12.7%
  3. Oats inflated another +1.1% last week, taking its 1 and 3 month returns to +19.6% and +48.0%

Who’s writing about Rubber and Oats this morning? Personally I don’t wake up wanting to write about anything unless it either amplifies (or might change) my positioning. The BROADENING of inflation is the point of Rubber and Oats here.

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