Metal prices have been battered, and with them mining stocks. But they could both be about to bounce back. Dr Matthew Partridge explains why.
Copper has hit the skids, dragging down equities and bonds with it.
The sliding prices of copper and oil are no surprise. And unless central banks provide more stimulus, the price of every other asset class will fall too. John Stepek explains why.
Technology is changing our world all the time, says Bengt Saelensminde. And these two companies are in the driving seat.
Prices for non-precious metals have plummeted in the past year. And copper has been the worst affected – sliding more than 15% in 2014.
Crude oil and metals look set for further misery over the next year, says David C Stevenson. But the longer-term outlook is more promising.
Commodities are looking cheap at the moment. But beware. China’s weak growth spells more trouble ahead, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Power is being generated in ever more imaginative ways. Bengt Saelensminde explains how that’s creating opportunities for investors in one specific resource.
Demand for iron is falling. And it’s likely to remain low for some time. Bengt Saelensminde explains why, and picks this year’s best commodities play.
The price of iron ore has slumped this year – expect the decline to continue.
The price of palladium has surged to its highest level since February 2001.
No metal is quite as erratic as silver – but its potential to make its buyers rich is huge. Dominic Frisby examines the charts.
Bengt Saelensminde outlines his trade of the decade, and explains why this small-cap miner is perfectly positioned to profit.
Platinum and palladium prices have soared, and there could be further to go yet.
Bengt Saelensminde looks at a small-cap lithium miner and asks if it could become the next multi-billion dollar producer.