metals and mining

Irish building-materials giant CRH's $3.5 billion deal for Kansas cement maker shows you might want to buy U.S. infrastructure and industrial plays after all.
It's hard to justify copper above $3, but we foresee a decline. And what about the dollar?
Most people who have started in this business in the last 20 years have never seen a market like this.
The technical indicators are in good shape, but metals market weakness could change the direction of the charts.
We want to look at the downside for this stock.
VALE looks headed to new highs.
The chart of PAAS looks positive at this point in time.
Attractive stock for precious-metals exposure.
Gold's going up on fundamentals, not North Korea.
The bullish case for NEM is front and center.

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