As the tariff war winds down and a deal between the U.S. and China becomes an inevitability, copper sector investors will be the ultimate beneficiary, and mining shares are the perfect vehicle for profits.
The new multi-year bull market is here – but it’s not in the S&P 500 or the Dow or the Nasdaq.
In a major surprise to analysts worldwide, the U.S. dollar turned out to be the best performing asset of 2018 while precious metals got stuck in a range.
It’s all coming down to (1) the G-20 meeting, held this weekend in beautiful Buenos Aires, (2) the Federal Reserve announcement in mid-December, (3) the upcoming Brexit vote, and (4) the ECB decision on possibly ending QE.
One thing you can be sure of is that WHEN the positive triggers, impacting the rally performance of both the USD index against other major currencies and precious metals, and the performance of U.S. stocks against bonds, will be finally exhausted and worn-out, the bounce in prices, which will be exhibited by gold, silver, and several other key commodities, will be magnificent.