I find it's always good to check your assumptions periodically. It's even better to check them again. And better yet to recheck them one more time.
I have a long term belief that the commodity bull still has years to run. And it's refreshing to step back, look at the big picture (especially on down days), and realize that no, yesterday wasn't the absolute top of the bull market.
For a quick refresher, check out this solid article by Puru Saxena for the Daily Reckoning, outlining why the commodity bull has plenty of room left to run.
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