Given what we know about global backdrop and what central banks are doing, the risk-reward looks very attractive in playing the long side of Copper.
The big gains in commodities stocks come to those who jump in when commodity prices are down and forming a bottom, or in the early stages of an uptrend.
Let's visit with the charts of PPG and Caterpillar.
Glass-container maker Owens-Illinois is a speculative play that could prove spectacular.
Unless you like to buy high and sell low, taking some analysts' word on 3M has made no sense.
Demand is the issue right now, but the outcome of trade talks and Fed easing will have a big impact going forward.
Both names receive quant upgrades and have strong charts.
This is the way to play the new, Fed-induced, president-endorsed steel cycle.
Study analysts' bad 3M advice for an example of what not to do as an investor when a company is at its highs.
CF has managed to violate its prior downtrend as well as resistance.