2 Commodity Stocks to Sell on the Next Pop: FBR, TCK

The bulls are still in the driver’s at home as evidenced by the S&P 500′s continued ascent into all-time highs territory. The latest rate cuts unveiled by the European Central Bank at the start of June helped to re-inspire confidence surrounding the anemic recovery taking place in the currency bloc; bullish sentiment was further fueled on 6/19 after the Federal Reserve maintained its own accommodative stance [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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3 Commodity Stocks To Sell On The Pop: KMI, TCK, BHP

Bullish forces have returned to Wall Street as market participants appear to be changing their tune regarding the looming Fed taper; investors seem to be embracing the potential reduction in bond-repurchases judging by the market’s upbeat reaction to better-than-expected economic data, which up until recently served as an excuse to lock-in profits before the taper. Nonetheless, volatile trading is likely to dominate markets over the coming days as uncertainty in Syria could spark worries that shift focus away from the Fed meeting slated for September 17-18 [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter]. Given the recent rally and impressive gains across Wall Street YTD, many are hesitant to jump in long, especially ahead of the possible taper announcement. As such, below we highlight three commodity stocks that may offer an attractive short selling opportunity for those looking to bet against some of the stellar run-ups already seen … See the full story here

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Ultimate Guide To Zinc Investing

Zinc, also known as spelter, is a metallic element which is used all across modern communities. Aside from being an important industrial metal, the commodity is also an important mineral to the human body, as a zinc deficiency can cause major health problems. The metal is typically found with other base metals, like copper, and is also a founding component in the Earth’s crust. Estimates of zinc resources total to approximately 1.9 billion tonnes worldwide, making this important metal an abundant resource. In fact, zinc is the fourth most popular common metal in use, with a global annual production of around 10 million tonnes. As an investment, zinc has steadily gained popularity as a way to play global markets due to the fact that this metal is so commonly used in not only the industrial world, but other aspects essential to everyday life [see also Commodity Investing: Physical vs. Futures].

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