Things move in cycles and Commodities in general have been long forgotten.
For now, China's infrastructure-led stimulus efforts are helping drive demand for iron ore at a time when production is under pressure.
Copper has had a nice run, and the likelihood the worst of the pandemic soon could be behind us could mean increased consumption ahead.
First notice day price spikes - higher or lower - tend to mark the end of a trend. Not a guarantee, but it's a reliable rule of thumb.
Gold and Silver may be boring compared to Bitcoin, but could it be that the forgotten ones could be the next to break higher?
You had better ensure that your cash flow is improving owing to those holdings.
Beijing appears to be punishing Australia over its calls for an investigation into the coronavirus by imposing a ban on several categories of Aussie goods.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
It's an interesting corner of the investing world, so check the VanEck Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETF.
For the first time this year oil presents an attractive risk reward proposition.