Will the industrial metals loose ground?

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    switchtronics Active Member

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    I have allot of lead stacked, Im to afraid to look at the price of scrap lead right now lol ahaha
     
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    it surely will...decreased demand means decreases in price.


    I really wish I could buy physical palladium at spot right now, supply is very very tight and the price took a massive dump the last few days.
     
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    True industrial metals will lose ground.
    Money metals will play catch up and especially silver.
     
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    Gold is really showing it's worth as the only real monetary metal, not dropping that much,
    Silver has been relegated to mere commodity status, could take a very long time recover.
     
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