With the oil price hitting $50 a barrel, we may have seen the bottom. John Stepek explains why now might be a good time to buy in.
Merryn Somerset Webb explains the basics of commodities, including what counts as a commodity, why bother investing in them, and how to go about doing it.
The bulls are back in force in the oil market as supply disruptions around the world reduce the global glut.
Platinum and palladium, used in catalytic converters for diesel and petrol engines respectively, have come roaring back this year, and there is scope for more price rises.
Silver is set to outperform, says Dominic Frisby. It’s time to buy. It might take a few years to play out, but it’s a trade that could make you handsome profits.
Oil has been on a rollercoaster for the last few years. But things are changing fast. And it could have a huge effect on your investments, says John Stepek.
Saudi Arabia’s oil giant Aramco would give the City a powerful boost, says Matthew Lynn. But here are three reasons why investors would be better off steering clear.
Back in February, Dominic Frisby tipped oil as a five-year “buy”. Since then, it’s up by 40%. Is it time to sell, or should you hang on for bigger gains?
Asset allocation is at least as important as individual share selection. So where should you be putting your money? Here’s our monthly take on the major asset classes.
Diamond mining is always a risky investment, says Alex Williams. But this miner appears to have hit the motherlode.
Sign up for a green energy tariff and you may think your energy comes direct from a renewable source. As Sarah Moore explains, the reality is a bit more complicated.
The bull market in commodities is here for the foreseeable future at least. That’s good news for mining stocks. John Stepek explains why you should stick with them.