Signal #1: Gold
After the controversial Brexit vote, gold has rallied substantially in June, reaching its highest level since the global recession in 2008. Stocking up on gold has always been the default reaction to times of uncertainty, and this surge of buying causes gold prices to soar. With all of the global economic and political uncertainty, gold is seen to continue doing well over the next few years. In its recent report, Merrill Lynch said that gold is headed for $1,500 an ounce this year because of global crisis happening one after another.