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Hard Commodities

Investors interested in commodities will frequently flock to hard commodities. These are typically materials that must be mined or extracted from the earth. Some key examples of hard commodities include crude oil, gold, silver, copper, heating oil, natural gas and aluminum. These are raw materials that touch every part of our lives. They are also most often impacted by economic cycles. When the economy is growing and flourishing, demand for copper, aluminum, natural gas and crude oil will explode. During times of economic contraction, demand falls off and the prices of these hard commodities will typically fall off. Check out our articles on investment opportunities in hard commodities.

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