Hedge fund Dighton predicts five-year bull run for commodities

Emerging market equities subject to political uncertainty, while demand for commodities a certainty


Alternative investment management company Dighton Capital Management says commodities have a bright five years ahead of them whereas equities are set to fall.

Dighton, which specialises in managed futures, claims there will be greater demand for commodities in the coming years due to pressure from emerging markets and interest from developed economies in real assets.

By contrast, Dighton envisages a rougher period for equities markets as the consequences of quantitative easing and true economic

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