Gold may be off its 52-week highs, but the precious metal is still up more than 15 percent for the year through September 17. This appears to put gold on a path for its best year since 2010, when it gained just under 30 percent.

I believe buying the dips in gold right now could turn out to be a wise investment decision. I see a lot happening at the moment—from an unprecedented $17 trillion in negative-yielding bonds worldwide to heightened geopolitical threats—that might boost investors’ appetite for the metal, which has a history of holding its value in times of crisis.

Read on for three reasons why I believe there’s further upside to gold prices, and how you can participate!

1. U.S. inflation is finally starting to heat up.

When President Donald Trump took office in January 2017, many market watchers expected consumer prices to climb rather quickly due to his protectionist policies and general skepticism of free trade agreements. Except for a blip here and there, inflation has remained pretty steady, even after hefty tariffs were imposed on goods imported from China.

That may be set to change, though, if the August inflation reading is any indication. “Core” consumer prices—which exclude volatile food and energy prices—rose to an 11-year high of 2.4 percent growth year-on-year. Not since September 2008 have prices expanded so fast.

Also of note: August saw the biggest monthly rise in medical care costs since 2016 as well as record increases in health insurance prices.