Global economic momentum is improving and looks set to surprise on the upside in 2014. However, Doctor Copper should not be ignored. Copper has frequently been dubbed the metal “with a Ph.D. in economics” for its uncanny ability at forecasting the global economic cycle. When the global economy expands, industrial output increases and demand for copper pushes its price up. The converse happens when the global economy contracts. Global stock prices have anticipated this favourable state of affairs and have priced in much of 2014′s growth potential.

Read More Here!

Two encouraging indicators of the potency of civil activism U.S. stock market: due for a correction