How to buy into the next big commodities bull market
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Commodities

How to buy into the next big commodities bull market

Commodity prices move in cycles. And we’re at the start of the next big uptrend as a shortage in supply hits a surge in demand. Merryn Somerset Webb p…
8 Feb 2021
How the commodities supercycle will foment unrest around the world
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Commodities

How the commodities supercycle will foment unrest around the world

Commodities, including metals, energy and agricultural goods have seen prices climb steadily. With many societies are already on edge, we could see a …
21 Jan 2021
Five funds to profit as metal prices bounce back
Molten copper
Industrial metals

Five funds to profit as metal prices bounce back

Prices of commodities, notably base metals, have started to rise as the world rebounds from Covid-19. David Stevenson picks the five best funds to buy…
26 Dec 2020
Will the base metals rally last?
Industrial metals

Will the base metals rally last?

The price of copper, hit $7,000 a tonne last week, driven by soaring Chinese demand. Other metals are also on the way up. But can it continue?
29 Oct 2020
Make money from the metals mining boom in Latin America
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Make money from the metals mining boom in Latin America

Covid-19 has hit Latin America harder than any other. But the continent's highly competitive mining sector looks poised to profit handsomely over the …
23 Oct 2020
China adds shine to base metals
Industrial metals

China adds shine to base metals

Metals prices have rallied hard after China's government unveiling plans for new infrastructure building, including railways, power lines and electric…
28 Aug 2020
The best bet in the base metals rally
Industrial metals

The best bet in the base metals rally

The prices of key industrial metals have been enjoying a spectacular rally.
3 Jul 2020
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Governments’ money-printing mania bodes well for base metals
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Governments’ money-printing mania bodes well for base metals

Money is being printed like there is no tomorrow. Much of it will be used to pay for infrastructure projects – and that will be good for metals, says …
27 May 2020
Commodity prices are hitting new lows
Commodities

Commodity prices are hitting new lows

Commodity prices are as cheap as they've ever been, but don't expect them to rebound as fast as they did after the global financial crisis.
22 May 2020
Keep an eye on steel and iron ore prices
Industrial metals

Keep an eye on steel and iron ore prices

Those hoping for a swift rebound should keep an eye on the steel market.
1 May 2020
The uranium price is finally on the rise – here’s the easiest way to bet on a bull market
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The uranium price is finally on the rise – here’s the easiest way to bet on a bull market

The uranium price has been quietly creeping up to hit a four-year high. Dominic Frisby explains what’s behind the rise, and picks the best way to inve…
15 Apr 2020
The rare earth metal that won't be a secret for long
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The rare earth metal that won't be a secret for long

SPONSORED CONTENT – You can’t keep a good thing hidden forever; now is the time to consider Pensana Rare Earths and the rare earth metals NdPr.
31 Jan 2020
Commodities look cheap
Commodities

Commodities look cheap

Gold may be on a bull run, but industrial commodities, including copper, zinc and aluminium, remain cheap.
17 Jan 2020
Ready to motor: it’s platinum’s turn to shine
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Ready to motor: it’s platinum’s turn to shine

Palladium and rhodium have outstripped platinum in the past few years. But thanks to the advent of fuel-cell cars, that could soon change, says Domini…
7 Nov 2019
Ecuador’s El Dorado: be brave and beat the crowd to the boom
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Ecuador’s El Dorado: be brave and beat the crowd to the boom

Ecuador is finally set to cash in on its vast metals deposits. The domestic political backdrop has stabilised and international investors are beginnin…
24 Oct 2019
Chart of the week: Dr Copper diagnoses an ailing economy
Commodities

Chart of the week: Dr Copper diagnoses an ailing economy

The price of copper has slipped by a fifth this year and is now at a near-two-year low of around $5,600 a tonne.
14 Oct 2019
The cycles in the metals market: when will zinc and copper shine?
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The cycles in the metals market: when will zinc and copper shine?

The prices of two of the world’s most important industrial commodities have slipped over the past few years. Dominic Frisby assesses the outlook and e…
3 Oct 2019
Chart of the week: palladium will lose its lustre
Commodities

Chart of the week: palladium will lose its lustre

Palladium has gained 70% in a year. It now trades at about $1,530 per ounce. But any escalation in the US-China trade could spell an end to the rally.
5 Aug 2019
Chart of the week: nickel bucks the metals trend
Commodities

Chart of the week: nickel bucks the metals trend

The price of nickel has soared by almost a quarter to a 13-month high in just a fortnight.
29 Jul 2019
Why I’m betting on a return of the copper bull market
Commodities

Why I’m betting on a return of the copper bull market

After peaking in 2011, the copper price experienced a painful bear market. But recently, we have been in something of an uptrend. Dominic Frisby is be…
10 Jul 2019
The lure of Latin America: get set for a new mining boom
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The lure of Latin America: get set for a new mining boom

Latin America has long been fertile, yet dangerous territory for mining investors. But now the legal backdrop is improving and the prospects for the r…
27 Jun 2019
Chart of the week: China’s trade war trump card
Industrial metals

Chart of the week: China’s trade war trump card

China is by far the dominant supplier of rare earth metals - a group of 17 elements used in applications ranging from military and industrial lasers t…
3 Jun 2019