As Good a Time as Any for Commodities to Cool Off (and What it Means if They Don't)



When commodity prices "Go," they can run much longer and much higher than most traders expect. However, when commodity prices reverse, the reversal often happens all at once. Commodities may be reaching "a cooling off" period, as we detail herein. At the same time, if commodity prices keep running, that too will offer investors an important clue about what is truly driving the market. All in all, it's a good time to pay attention to commodities.


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