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"We think drilling and exploration projects will get postponed or even cancelled as they are not financially viable to invest in anymore. So supply side on crude will be hurt next year," advises Moltke-Leth on CNBC Asia Pacific's "Protect Your Wealth" segment. "We'll see an upward trend in pricing, probably with crude hitting 80 to a 100 (dollars a barrel) next year."
Another commodity worth considering is gold. Moltke-Leth says the precious metal remains a good safe-haven bet.
"Central banks are flooding the monetary system with liquidity and authorities are starting to introduce fiscal stimulus as well. We'll see record high deficits and with all these expansionary policies we are likely to see a re-surge in the inflation theme," Moltke-Leth explains."As we enter into deep recession we could see major political instability in Eastern Europe, India and Pakistan, even China. So that is a risk that could see some gold demand."
For longer-term investors, Moltke-Leth believes the prudent way to protecting your wealth is by holding a healthy amount of cash, focus on defensive sectors and look for the bottom in the U.S. housing market, which will be the catalyst to spur risk apetite among investors again.
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