This year has so far been a promising one for commodities. Where should investors hunt for profits? John Stepek chairs our Roundtable of experts to find out what they’re buying now.
Having hit an eight-year low, get ready for a rise in the price of uranium.
Nobody is interested in uranium. Investors have fled the sector, and exploration has dried up. But that’s a good sign for canny investors, says Dominic Frisby.
It’s been a bad year for metals prices – and the outlook remains grim. But now could be a good time to buy mining stocks, says Matthew Partridge.
Palladium was one of the few metals to rise in price last year. And it could be set to rise further in 2014, says Dominic Frisby. Here’s the best way to play it.
Chinese demand for copper won’t be enough to keep the price rising.
Miners have had it tough lately. And one sector in particular has been badly beaten up. But despite all the gloom, a ‘stealth bull market’ could be forming.
Metals prices rose across the board following the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep printing.
Platinum has bounced off June’s three-year low of $1,300 an ounce, and should rise further, thanks to Europe’s industrial recovery.
The world could soon suffer a shortage of a key industrial metal. Dominic Frisby explains why, and picks the best bets in the sector.
China’s slowing economy is bad news for commodity producers. But it’s great news for commodity consumers, says Matthew Partridge. Here, he picks one stock that is set to benefit.
China’s slowing economy is having a devastating impact on the mining sector, says Tom Bulford – something this small-cap miner knows only too well.
Copper, which has bounced off two-year lows just below $7,000 a tonne, looks especially vulnerable to further declines.
Equities are enjoying a big bull run, so why are commodities stocks out of fashion? John Stepek investigates why everyone hates the sector, and asks whether now is the perfect time to buy in.
The industrial metal’s decade-long bull run may finally be over.