It might seem that collapsing commodity prices would be good for stocks, but it increases uncertainty, and that is never good for stocks. In the short term (next 6 weeks) this will likely be good for stocks by relieving input-price pressure, but the volatility is not over yet.
In this week’s webinar we discussed the gold and silver relationship, and whether investors should and/or could profit from a decline in gold, oil, and silver prices. We also discussed strategies for protecting a long position in commodities or commodity stocks.
[WEBINAR RECORDING] Will Gold Follow the Silver Crash?
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