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At the end of the last ice age some 10,000 years ago, the North American continent was melting. Snowflakes, one of nature’s most beautiful decorations of which no two are ever the same, fell to the surface as tiny as they are and slowly assembled large, icy structures.

Some of these froze into glaciers over time, like those in Alaska.

The enormous glacier of Mont Blanc is another gorgeous piece of history.

Among the most amazing glaciers, are those of Austria, Switzerland, and Italy. The top ones, in my view, are the glaciers of New Zealand.

Glaciers truly are magnificent living memories of a time when the Earth cooled and water froze.

One unbelievably large glacier over a kilometer high and the size of a small country was located in the northern part of the United States. Through centuries, it melted and gave us the five Great Lakes of fresh water, which are a key part of the North American landscape.

Left to their own will, these incredible bodies of water would have flowed westbound, but a wall of ice three times as high as the Eiffel Tower stood in the way.

As temperatures rose, this impenetrable glacier began melting, and giant parts of it fell to the surface resulting in a tsunami so large it shaped the landscape of the northwest while annihilating anything in its path in a matter of hours.

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    The river that divides the states of Oregon and Washington today is a living testament to the journey the water made as it flowed toward the Pacific Ocean.

    Scientists have determined it took six hours for one of the most gigantic packs of ice the world has ever seen to melt as the temperature reached a certain level, and a mega-tsunami ensued.


    This chart tells you we’re about to see a tsunami in commodity prices!

    It is so unique that, as is clearly shown, it has only looked this way in December 2008, and I must stress that it holds the key to how 2024 will shape up.

    If you read the following, you’ll be so far ahead of the crowd that you’ll be able to crush the markets in 2024, in my opinion!

    Everybody knows the Federal Reserve is going to cut interest rates as soon as March. Not only is the market fully positioned for that, but the LONG positions in bonds are at historical highs.

    The time to bet on lower interest rates was in 2022, but what about now?

    As you can see for yourself, Wall Street has a once-in-15-year opportunity to hedge its bond portfolio by going LONG commodities, the most undesired and hated sector right now.

    2024 is the year of commodities because the bond market is the largest in the world, and it must be hedged. 

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