That's roughly how much the benchmark S&P 500 Index increased from 1990 to today (including dividends).
That was the median price of a new house in 1990. The median price of a new home today is more than $300,000.
That was the price per share of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) in 1990. Today, a single share goes for nearly $300,000.
Prices are up, up, up – in nearly every asset class.
Is it even possible to find an asset class that hasn't soared since 1990?
It is possible...
You can buy one asset class at 1990 prices today. It's crazy, but true. And it has created a massive opportunity.
Right now, we have the ability to buy a broad range of commodities... at 1990 prices.
This is big, my friend. It'll likely be one of the best money-making opportunities I see in my career. That's because when commodities boom, savvy investors have a chance to make massive returns.
I'm not talking about double-digit profits. I'm not even talking about doubling your money. It's much bigger than that...
Getting into the right investments during a commodity boom can mean 500% gains. Heck, even quadruple-digit profits are possible if things go right.
Now, I can't promise you 1,000% gains, starting now. But I can tell you that the pieces are in place for the next great commodity boom. And this week, I'm dedicating our DailyWealth e-letter to explaining this big idea.
I think you'll end up agreeing that this is a rare opportunity... an opportunity to invest in commodities at 1990 prices.
Importantly, chances like this don't come around often. They will happen once, maybe twice a decade at best.
You can't squander this rare chance... Because it's hard to predict when we'll get another opportunity like it. You need to understand what's happening... and take advantage of it.
That's why I'm hosting a live event on Thursday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time. We're calling it the 2018 Commodity Investing Summit.
It's completely free to attend. We'll take some time together and go over the details of this big idea in commodities. It's an event you won't want to miss.
Based on my research – the research I'll share on Thursday night – I believe the next great commodity boom is already underway.
It's all happening because of a brutal, decadelong bear market. In tomorrow's DailyWealth essay, I'll share those details and explain more about what's happening.
Again, this is big. It's a rare, once-a-decade opportunity. And you can't afford to miss it.
P.S. We've got a lot to cover on Thursday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time. This is a rare opportunity in the commodity markets. While other assets have soared, we can buy in at 1990 prices... It's nuts.
I urge you to tune in. Again, the event is completely free... And I'll be sharing plenty of valuable insights. You can sign up to attend right here.
"Commodities have only been this cheap relative to stocks two other times in the past 50 years," Justin Brill writes. To learn what history shows us about times like these, check out his essay: This Notoriously Cyclical Sector Is Starting to Boom.
The next big bull market could be setting up in commodities – but today's bull market in stocks is still underway. One indicator agrees the "Melt Up" isn't losing steam yet... Learn more here: The Next Leg of the 'Melt Up' Starts Now.
I believe a major boom in commodities lies ahead of us. And this producer of titanium dioxide – a key ingredient in sunscreen, packaging, paints, and plastics – could soar as a result...
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