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Big Trouble Ahead For Copper Is Good For Silver Prices

What kind of surpluses will the world experience when the copper finance trades go south on top of slowing global industrial demand? Why is this good for silver? As global base metal supply, especially copper, starts to decline, it will drastically impact global silver mine supply. Around 55% of world silver mine supply comes from copper, zinc and lead production.

Copper Breaches $5000, Breaks Below 15-Year Trendline

The plunge in copper means almost one in five mines globally is losing money. Some mines will have to cut supply or close if prices stay so low. While disruptions in mining have reduced supply, it’s not been enough to support prices. Copper producers are likely to miss production targets by up to one million tons this year. This should provide a cushion for copper prices.

$8 Trillion Alternative Energy Boom Is a Win for Copper

Global copper consumption is poised to increase not just because electricity demand is growing. New energy technologies require more copper than traditional sources. Each megawatt of wind power capacity uses 3.6 tonnes of copper. The most significant growth is in production of electric cars, which use 2 to 3 times more copper than internal combustion engines.

Grab 20% In Two Months Or Less, As Dr. Copper Gets Well Again

For copper the elevator down accelerated after the metal lost the $3 mark. Sagging demand in China & Europe was the final nail. But this is where your opportunity comes into play today. Something’s different this time. Copper bears are capitulating. A stealth rally is in the works. And it could net you 20% gains in no time.

How to Make a Quick 20% as Copper Rises from the Dead

Copper dropped below $2.50 in late January on heavy trading volume. Plunges like these come lightning-fast. But buyers quickly stepped in. We’re seeing the beginning stages of a potentially powerful comeback copper rally. You could easily net double-digit gains in a matter of weeks if this former loser starts cranking up the heat.

On The Coming Collapse Of Copper

Metals and mining commodities – including the base and bulk commodities, steel and cement – are highly exposed to a slowdown in the Chinese property, with over 40% of Chinese demand for cement and copper in particular consumed in the construction sector.

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