If you are aware of the real value of things, and you know what size bets most correlated with reality, perhaps you should try to trade a gold - based on AMarkets.
This graph shows the correlation between 10-year US notes (they are similar to the nominal interest rate minus the inflation rate) and the price of the yellow metal:
10-year Treasury notes and gold traded almost always in close conjunction with each other. And the relationship is reversed. The lower rate for 10-year notes, the higher the demand for gold and the greater the potential for growth in the price of gold. If the Fed raises rates, it will have a negative effect on gold - says Vivek Dahr, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank. True, the price of yellow metal is also influenced by other factors - inflation, investor sentiment and greed against risky assets, as well as the strong or weak position of the dollar.