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That bout of weakness in February turned out to be a lot more than just another little market hiccup to file away and forget. The market only partially recovered, then gave into additional weakness.
Investments in crops, metals, energy, currencies and other tangible things tend to go up when stocks and bonds go down.
If you don’t own commodities, add them. If you do … add a little more.
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