Since the market bottomed in mid-February, commodities have dramatically rebounded from their lows. Jim Cramer has watched as everything from copper, iron ore, aluminum to oil have worked their way higher.
While the rally took a break on Tuesday, commodities have been on the decline for years, leading Cramer to ask if this is a genuine rally or simply a long overdue, oversold bounce.
Cramer turned to the help of Carley Garner to look at the charts and assess what the future of the commodity complex could look like. Garner is a technician and commodities expert who is the co-founder of DeCarley Trading and a colleague of Cramer's at RealMoney.com.
Garner found that while it has been tough to be bullish on commodities in the past, the group could finally be showing promise. This is significant to Cramer, as the strength in commodities is a huge reason why the stock market has been able to roar higher since February.