Recent plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have economists worried. But this isn’t the first tariff announcement in recent months.
This is the last story I intend to write for you about this metal for quite some time. Why? Because it’s time to stop talking. It’s time to act. It’s time to get rich.
Right now, the fear level in corn is the highest it’s been in four years. That means it’s probably a good time to speculate on it.
The price of lumber is up 10% since Harvey hit in August. That’s sending timber companies’ shares soaring.
There is an uptrend that’s forming in one of my personal favorite commodities. And the trends line up for a double-digit move in the short term.
When you have a major South Florida hurricane, the price of oranges goes up. And that’s just one of the many impacts a hurricane has on the markets.
Our favorite sweetener is in a major bear market, and that could prove troubling for sugar producers such as the Canadian company Rogers Sugar.
Cocoa prices are near an eight-year low. And as a natural resource investor, this kind of situation is a dream come true.