Commodities Super Cycle

Copper, gold price bulls nurse their wounds but fight’s not over yet

Bloomberg News | June 18, 2021 | 1:17 pm IntelligenceMarketsChinaUSACopperGoldIron OreOil & Gas Wounded bull. (Stock image) The commodities boom has taken a knock this month, and while there are many reasons to still bet on a so-called supercyle, it’s unlikely to be plain sailing. Vast amounts of stimulus, economies reopening from the pandemic and strong Chinese demand …

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When History Repeats Itself – Bullish Triangle Pattern In Silver Price Reminiscent Of Beginning Of Heart-Stopping 2009 Bull Run To $50

Chris Vermeulen, the founder and chief market strategist of TheTechnicalTraders.com, talks with Patrick Vierra on Metal Money to discuss how the bullish triangle pattern in silver now mirrors 2009 before the breakout to the 2011 silver price peak. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the …

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Commodity ‘supercycle’ a cue for Saudi state miner to cut debt

Bloomberg News | May 23, 2021 (Image courtesy of Maaden, Facebook). Saudi Arabia’s state miner will use a windfall from the recent boom in commodity prices to pay off debt, as it seeks to strengthen its balance sheet before embarking on international acquisitions. The new chief executive officer of Saudi Arabia Mining Co., known as Maaden, said …

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Investors flock back to lithium as battery bust turns to boom

Bloomberg News | March 19, 2021 | 12:04 pm Battery MetalsTop CompaniesAustraliaChinaLatin AmericaLithium (Image courtesy of Lithium Chile). Investors are betting big on a lithium comeback less than three years after prices of the metal used in rechargeable batteries collapsed from a record price and sent miners reeling. Producers of the metal that had been shunned amid …

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Is This The Start Of A New Commodities Super Cycle?

Peter Krauth Articles (32) Follow Commodity Comeback Recency bias is a funny thing. It’s human nature to expect the near future to look like the recent past. But we all know that’s not how things always play out. And that can be costly, even dangerous, for investors. Take long term bonds, for example. 10-Year Treasury yields have more …

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