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Is Zinc at its Zenith?

Doomed to forever be dead last on the commodities reports thanks to the tyranny of alphabetical order, zinc often goes unnoticed by investors thanks to its clandestine ...

Is Rhodium on the Road to Recovery?

The rise and fall of empires have nothing on the precious metal rhodium, which represents such a dazzling story of gain and collapse that you'd think it to be capable of ...

The Perils of Indian Coal

Stop us if this sounds like a familiar story: a valuable fossil fuel provides the financial backing for terrorist organization once it falls into the wrong hands, leaving ...

Why South African Mining Is On Life Support

The balance of probability suggests that if you walk into any given jewelry store to buy a gold ring with a diamond, both the gem and the metal came to the store from the soil ...

The Floodgates of Cuban Mining

Only 120 miles of ocean separates Cuba from the southeastern tip of the United States, but the course of 20th century history has turned these two nations into complete ...

Iron's Bear Market: Too Much To Bear?

Iron represents the biggest building block of the known world, with the United States alone consuming 50 million tons per year on everything from iPhones to cars to brand-new ...

The Asian Copper Rush

If any metal in the world deserves the title of a little sibling, it has to be copper by a country mile. Currently trading for just $2.74 a pound, any given quantity of gold or ...

The Tin Market's Slide Towards Being Canned

One of the many small ironies of life presents itself at a recycling shop, where the owner will pay five cents for an aluminum can but takes tin cans for free. Tin sells for ten ...

Silver Survivors: What Stocks Are Outperforming Metals?

Ever the bridesmaid and never the bride, silver represents a secondary concern of most investors who use the metal less as a hedge against inflation than as a tool for ...

What The Future Of Greece Means For The Future Of Gold

For the past five years, the Eurozone has been perfectly content to kick the Greek can down the road and allow for future generations to handle the stifling debt problem ...

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