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James Mound’s commodities year in review & 2009 forecast

Posted on 06 January 2009

From Insidefutures.com: Why did 2008 go down in history as one of the most volatile collapses in both stocks and commodities? You can point fingers at economic cycles, banking regulation, the housing collapse and questionable accounting but there is only one real reason this all happened the way it did - the bursting of commodity bubble.

A massive influx of fund and institutional investor interest in commodities sparked what was perhaps the biggest industry price surge in history in the first quarter of 2008….. Full Article: Source


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