Commodities Have Bottomed – Which One Is Poised For The Greatest Return?


In the last couple of years, we have seen the majority of commodities bottom out, finally seeing some signs of life. The majority of the rebounds occurred from late-2015 to early 2016.

Molybdenum led the pack after its mini-resurgence and subsequent fall, while nickel experienced the same path, bottoming out several months later.

Looking back at the last five years, iron ore fell the hardest, decreasing 67%, while lead remained the most resilient, losing only 15%.

Now that commodities have bottomed, many in just the past year have been performing extraordinarily. Cobalt is heads above the rest, gaining 114%, while vanadium comes in second at 71%. There is quite a difference afterwards, with copper gaining 32% and zinc 27%.

Precious metals have not fared as well. In fact, the past year saw gold, silver, and platinum drop -5%, -15%, and -16%, respectively.

Regardless, there are incredible gains to be seen ahead, especially in precious metals. The bottom for commodities is in and has been for some time. Are you there to take advantage?

Sean Zubick

Sean Zubick

Contributing Editor

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In his first venture as an entrepreneur, Sean co-founded Palisade Global Investments in 2013. Having previously served as the V.P. of a merchant banking firm in Toronto, Sean brings a deep reservoir of knowledge and expertise in the investment banking, private equity and digital advertising spaces. The markets have been part of Sean’s DNA for as long as he can remember – his father was a market maker on Bay Street for nearly a decade at Burns-Frye (BMO Nesbit Burns) and subsequently went on to serve as a senior Commodities and Options Trader at National Bank. Sean has built a vast network of investor and industry contacts, spanning across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, that he has skill fully engaged to generate over $100M in term sheets for Palisade’s portfolio. His knowledge base and investment experience extends to a wide array of sectors, including Mining, Renewable Energy, Agribusiness, Infrastructure, Mobile/Telecom, Healthcare, and Media. Sean was a NCAA Division I Scholarship Athlete at UNC-Charlotte, which he graduated from in 2006; he was also a National Pool Player for Canada. Sean, his wife Danielle, and their daughter Scarlett Noelle are proud residents of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

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