Climate Outlook Heading Into Year End

Published on: July 28th, 2021

In this report, Shawn Hackett, president of Hackett Financial Advisors, looks at how commodities will be impacted by weather patterns for the rest of 2021 such as cold phase synchronicity between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, a potential La Nina Modoki phase, and growing dryness in East Africa. This report is a companion piece to Hackett’s interview with Jack Farley on Real Vision Live (available to all Plus members). To watch that interview, click here: https://www.realvision.com/shows/live/videos/what-the-millenniums-first-major-coffee-frost-means-for-ag-commodities.

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    Will M.
    4 August 2021 @ 01:48
    This is great stuff from Shawn Hackett. Almost no global climate change proponents see this cyclical stuff as important. I have heard / read of one or two that claim that the climate change will produce both hotter and cooler climate but vast majority are 100% bought into higher global temperatures. If the work presented by Shawn and proposed by several other climate scientists ( who never get any media attention) is correct and we are heading into a significantly cooler trend change, the world will be caught off guard, totally. I am a man made climate change skeptic but a 100% cycles believer. Cycles are absolutely everywhere in nature and the markets and in human behavior. Still if these Pacific and Atlantic cycles are truly in sync with a sunspot minimum that is could be the lowest minimums since Maunder, we should know imminently, next winter to be precise. Exciting times, if scary.