Morality usually takes a back seat to keeping warm. 
Here's one way to play the concerns about our most precious resource.
Prices are liable to take a breather at these levels.
It's good for commodities and it's good for stocks.

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Brazil's rampant inflation is lowering the country's purchasing power and pinching some U.S. stocks.
Beef, pork and cocoa are rising, and coffee prices are starting to wake up.
Bears have already been squeezed out, and the commodity is overbought.
Is it time to get bullish?
Macro factors could lead to a weaker dollar, and a Fed tapering is bullish for gold.
The Swiss central bank learned that lesson the hard way.

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