|Day Low/High||80.02 / 81.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||35.35 / 86.90|
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There are country-specific reasons why Australia, India and Thailand are leading Asia's plunge, but the whole region is in recession, S&P correctly says.
With Trump touting a trade deal and more liquidity being pumped in by global central banks, this is a good time for equities, commodities and risk assets.
Inflation will be a big theme for 2020 and commodities will benefit the most -- especially copper and iron-ore.
Traders and investors need to stop reacting to Trade War headlines and company outlooks as they are representative of the past and entirely useless.
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.
China's massive spending spree evident in the first quarter is in the past now. Here is what it means.
Doctor Copper is still a harbinger of global economic health -- keep a close eye on copper prices as the trade war marches on.
With Vale's Brucutu mine offline, the three remaining miners are churning more cash, making them attractive investments.
Investors should focus on specific commodities, like Copper, where fundamentals are clear.
The market has more than priced in the damage from the perceived slowdown of global trade.
This at-the-money, long put shooter is a high risk trade, so use discretionary capital.
It appears the People's Bank of China may have put a floor in place for the currency.
The copper miner's stock has closed higher for seven consecutive days, a significant breakout.
Based on recent reports, it appears the commodity cycle is turning in China, one of the largest drivers for mining revenues.
Wall Street finished strong Tuesday.
An early-morning rally proved short-lived.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
I am not calling for the end of the Trump trade, but Europe looks good.