When chaos hits, most investors panic.
They sell without thinking. But the best investors understand that crises can be huge opportunities.
You see, investors often “panic sell” during a crisis. They dump high-quality assets out of fear.
This allows savvy investors to scoop up world-class companies at deep discounts.
• But that’s not the only kind of opportunity that arises out of crises…
Crises can also disrupt global supply chains. They can knock the balance between supply and demand out of whack. And that can lead to huge price spikes.
This is especially true of commodities. I say this because natural resources are the building blocks of civilization. The modern world simply wouldn’t exist without them.
The world doesn’t stop using copper, iron ore, or lumber when there’s turmoil. And more often than not, people end up paying steep premiums.
These disruptions in the commodity space can trigger explosive rallies.
As I’ll show you today, one key metal in particular appears to be on the verge of a major supply disruption.