The plunge and then surge of commodity prices this year shows investors have spent more time watching each other than watching the fundamentals.
By: James Mackintosh
In markets, as in life, a sudden fright can quickly be replaced by embarrassed laughter. The fear evident earlier this year has already been superceded by nervous giggling in Western equity markets, while in some areas of commodities, where the shock was deepest, it seems to have turned into full-on hysterics. Read More….