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@Picsou@stateside Further to your #coking#coal posts, what makes you think the commodity is not in a flash #bubble? Your chart posted yesterday (https://ceo.ca/@stateside?ce411167e055) x axis stops at Aug 26. Premium QLD HCC was then trading @117, it closed yesterday @173, explaining the outsized moves seen in the OZ market and the #frenzy you documented on CEO. Since bottoming in November 2015, it is up 136%. In your #AFR link, even BHPB “believes prices for the steel-making ingredient have overshot their range, and will slide lower before the end of the year”. Imo ST overheating is not incompatible with the fact that the market may have turned around (much like other commos), leaving aside the discussion of structural advantages of the OZ coal relative to the US one. If that’s case, you may well have lower entry points in a couple of weeks/months.
@PicsouThrowing out a speculative investment idea on #PGE and #platinum: #rhodium has been covered previously on the chat, but not extensively. As pointed out by @OttoRock it is a very thin market and the LT chart is indeed not looking pretty (perhaps even worse than #uranium@Goldfinger). But isn’t it printing a double bottom? Exclusively mined as a (minor) byproduct of platinum/#palladium, its share in total revenues is the largest at $IMPUF (less than 5% at current prices ballpark). Even then, it is unclear whether its higher upside would be reflected in the SP in an otherwise rising #platinum price environment. The only investable rhodium vehicle I find is $XRH0.L, a #DB -sponsored #ETC whose size is north of USD60m, speaking for the market size and/or the (current) lack of interest for it. Note that it was launched in May 2011 when #gold was shifting to #bubble mode and after rhodium outperformed gold between Jan 2009 and May 2010 (a 3 bagger it was during the period). A key risk highlighted by the factsheet is that: “rhodium is one of the least liquid PM which will be reflected in higher volatility and wider bid offer spreads.” A risk not highlighted by DB is its #creditworthiness.
@MiningBookGuy@racker RE: "biggest bubble of all time" - good focus article. "Devil Take The Hindmost" is not my favorite #bubble book. But it's the only one I own on #Japan bubble, and the details throughout the book are great. truly an insane bubble worth exploring, to put other bubbles in context. #books
@NewtonHa! I did not know #options were used in the Dutch tulip #bubble. Thanks @jameskwantes. Totally believe it though. The scene about "side bets" in #bigShort film may help give you a sense for why it can get out of hand, if you don't already know...