commodities

01 Feb

Commodities Surge To Start The New Year

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Copper, aluminum and other industrial metals that can serve as manufacturing barometers shot up by double digits in percentage terms in January. Precious metals also have climbed sharply, with gold up 11% and silver 19% in 2012. And prices for vital crops are rising, with corn up 10% and wheat 15% since mid-December. I think these gains will continue with interest rates as low as they are means their are few places to put your money to work. Hard assets such as commodities and stocks look very favorable compared to putting your money in  bonds or in the bank.

30 Jan

Commodities Lower Amid Strong Dollar: Charts & Closing Quotes Included

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29 Jan

Gold Rallies Strong On Bullish Momentum

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27 Jan

Contract Highs In Unleaded Gasoline Futures

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Energy Futures—Crude oil futures settled lower by nearly 20 cents to close around 99.55 a barrel. Even with the Euro currency rallying sharply ounce again today it wasn’t enough for crude oil and several other commodities to continue their bullish momentum. Unleaded gasoline futures exploded to the upside continuing to make contract highs in the February contract closing higher by 8 cents to close around 2.93 a gallon. Consumers will soon see an increase in gas prices around the country and if Iran starts trouble again there could be some real fireworks in the energy pits.

27 Jan

Gold Soars On Fed Comments 1-26

in commodities, gold, News, oil, siler, soybeans

Metal Futures--- Another big day for the precious metals today with gold futures closing higher by $24 dollars an ounce to close around 1,724. The bulls are in charge because they have the Federal Reserve is looking to keep rates very low for 3 years to come making gold and other hard assets to rise in the future. Look for gold to retest its summer highs of around 1,900 dollars with silver going higher as well. The buying in gold spurred the silver futures for March to climb another 55 cents to close around $33.55 an ounce in volatile trading.

27 Jan

Grains & mMetals Rally Sharply 1-23-12

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Grain Futures—Soybean futures moved sharply higher today on more weather concerns down in South America as well as a weaker dollar vs. the Euro currency. Soybeans have quickly rallied around 60 cents in the last 5 trading sessions also due to the fact that Europe seems to be settling down. Soybeans for March delivery finished up 28 cents to finish around 12.17 a bushel closing near the highs of the day. Corn futures were also higher on improving economic conditions around the world to finish higher by 9 cents to close around $6.20 a bushel.

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