There Is No Commodity Based Inflation

by Hale Stewart (originally published at Bonddad blog)

There Is No Commodity Based Inflation

Consider the following charts (the top three area daily; the bottom is weekly):
 All prices are either declining or stable.

The only major ETF that is showing strength is the industrial metals ETF (this is a weekly chart):
This explains why non-food and energy prices are subtracting from prices:
This is one reason why overall inflation is so weak globally.

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