Commodity weakness in base metals, notably copper, could weigh down on the recovery, especially as the Fed concludes its economic stimulus program. Senior Contributor Dan Dicker tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux the weakness shouldn't cause investors to worry too much, but they should keep an eye on things. In light of the large January pullback in stocks, Dicker says investors should monitor their portfolios as it pertains to commodities.
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