Goldman called copper the new oil due to its links to the green energy sector and gave a very price forecast citing a potential future shortage due to "demand increasing 900% by 2030"
Coinciding with this was the mining strike in Chile - first the rumblings of a strike then the actual strike itself. Chile produces roughly 25% of the World's Copper .
Currently we are in a on the and I expect we could see a bounce off the upper trendline, especially if positive news from Chile breaks at the same time as the price reaching this area.
Not sure what caused the big dip just prior to the US equity market opening (SPX / SPY also dumped on open) answers on a post card please?
My bias is still big time bullish due to the reasons in my original (shorthand) DD above. Please let me know your thoughts