Commodities may have broken out of a commodity supercycle and could be hitting a cyclical trough. Lisa Morrison, the principal consultant of CRU Group in Philadelphia, analyzes the price outlook for 26 commodities over the next four years and gives them a temperature rating from hot to freezing. In this interview with The Metals Report, Morrison, using this rating methodology, details which commodities she expects to offer the best upside for investors and which to avoid.
Articles Tagged "outlook"
With the TSX Venture Exchange continuing to decline, many investors are wondering whether they should sell, hold on for the next rise or buy to take advantage of low prices. Here are the opinions of leading experts Rick Rule, Lawrence Roulston and Mickey Fulp.
Silver – The silver market is reportedly in surplus and many miners are expecting to see supply increases.
The annual mining conference opened with experts predicting a mixed near-term outlook for resources, but stating that underlying trends should fuel demand in the long run.
Two high-profile groups believe the major challenges that miners will face in the coming year come down to one word: costs.
A just-released report reveals why the country’s resource sector looks set for continued growth. Here’s a look behind the numbers.
The Commodity Investor believes that Brent crude may end up being 2013's top-performing commodity. Here's why.
Lithium – In an exclusive with Lithium Investing News, Jonathan Lee, Battery Materials and Technologies Analyst believes that the risk of a prolonged impact of the Japan Crisis on the lithium industry is not likely.
Uranium – The Russian Ministry of Justice has notified Khan that it refuses to effect service on ARMZ, citing Article 13 of the Hague Convention. Article 13 provides that "the State addressed may refuse to comply therewith only if it deems that compliance would infringe its sovereignty or security."
Lithium – Newly listed on the TSE, Western Lithium USA has leased a portion of claims on the Kings Valley Project located in north-western Nevada with lithium rich hectorite clay deposits. The company has conducted a scoping study and has a resource estimate for the initial stage of development hosting a historically estimated 11 million tones of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE).