Tuesday, April 19, 2011

this disaster in Japan going to increase demand for commodities

Yes, this [disaster in Japan (NYSE:EWJ)] is going to increase demand for many commodities (NYSE:RJI). This is the new source of demand for copper and lead and things that nobody expected of new demand coming out of Japan, now there is a lot of new demand coming out of Japan. If the rest of the world goes into an economic slowdown because of this, then governments around the world are going to print even more money, that is the wrong thing to do but that is what they will do and whenever they print money, it is good for real asset, commodities (NYSE:RJI). - in Economic Times


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