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Brazil is incredibly blessed with natural resources and uniquely blessed with a central bank that wants to quench the fire of inflation, not stoke it.
But the world - or the Western world, anyway - is hell-bent on decarbonization of its transportation system and energy production.
If you're looking for exposure outside the U.S., and to protect yourself from raging inflation on a global basis, here it is.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
What's most important about this market is understanding which themes are driving the action.
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For now, China's infrastructure-led stimulus efforts are helping drive demand for iron ore at a time when production is under pressure.
Buying a country ETF like Brazil's EWZ is a good way to play that.
Freeport-McMoRan is always going to be my first call on the health of copper.
With Vale's Brucutu mine offline, the three remaining miners are churning more cash, making them attractive investments.
It appears the People's Bank of China may have put a floor in place for the currency.
Buyers of VALE have been more aggressive for months.
The copper miner's stock has closed higher for seven consecutive days, a significant breakout.
Wall Street finished strong Tuesday.
A bearish divergence has developed in the charts.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
Let's take a look at four "toxic stocks" to sell - and when to sell them.
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
Meanwhile, warmer weather in Northeast and Midwest isn't helping natural gas prices.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
Shipping company's stock sets sail after ruling over port terminal.
There's no reason to think any resolution on the table will offset the current supply glut.