From Todd Shriber: The strong U.S. dollar is hindering an array of commodities and related exchange traded funds this year.
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From Chris Vermeulen: Many months ago we made an interesting call in Palladium and alerted to this setup on January 24th, 2018. This nearly perfect call included our future price expectations using our advanced ADL price modeling system.
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From Palisade Research: Don’t look now, but Palladium reached a new all-time high.
From Sean Brodrick: I’m catching a flight to Vancouver, but I just have to get this out before I go. This morning, palladium climbed 1.1% to $1,023.70 an ounce.
From Sean Brodrick: If you like precious metals, you probably like gold and silver. Let me tell you about a shiny metal that is leaving both gold and silver in the dust.
The ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSE:PALL) is in focus these days, as the underlying precious metal rises to levels not seen since 2001.
From Sean Brodrick: Most eyes are on gold, oil and other more headline-grabbing commodities. Meanwhile, palladium quietly puts the pedal to the metal in its bull market.
The ETFS Physical Platinum Shares (NYSE:PPLT) is in focus this week amid sharp inflows into the precious metals fund.
From John Ross Crooks III: When I was ring-shopping over a decade ago, my entry-level salary and my selective thrift helped me rule out a platinum band.
From The Gold Report: Palladium took a dive this week, and Chen Lin, author of the popular newsletter What Is Chen Buying, What Is Chen Selling?, explains what happened and how investors can profit from the drop.
The ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (PALL) underperformed all other non-leveraged, non-inverse exchange traded products in the U.S. today on a percentage basis, producing a -6.66% one-day return and trailing the wider markets by a total of 7.53 percentage points.
From Zacks: Palladium has been outshining other precious metals in the last couple of months. Last month, the only pure-play on the metal – ETF Securities Physical Palladium Shares (PALL – Free Report) – clearly outperformed the rest of the precious metal ETFs in the space.
The only palladium ETF, the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSE:PALL), absolutely destroyed gold and silver in terms of performance in November.