2 Commodity Stocks to Sell on the Next Pop: KMI, LNCO

Much to the bears’ frustration, the stock market bulls came out on top in 2013 as clouds of uncertainty blanketed the world of commodities. Persistent fears over slowing growth in China continue to put a damper on demand for natural resources; however, the industrial metals finally appear to be reversing course after a string of encouraging regional manufacturing reports [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. Amid the ongoing bull market at home, many remain hesitant to jump in long given the magnitude of the current run-up ahead of the potential budget drama that could arise and spark a correction well ahead of the February 7th debt-ceiling deadline. As such, below we highlight two commodity stocks that may offer an attractive short selling opportunity for those looking to bet against some of the stellar run-ups already seen across Wall Street.

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