Resource Markets Rebound: Iron Ore is Up to $70 per Tonne

16.11.2016 • Gold and Natural Resources

From Kris Sayce – Port Phillip Insider (Australia) –

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Trump is heading for the White House. The world may be in for a cold snap. And iron ore is back above US$70 per tonne.

Who would have thought?

Well, one man, actually. Our in-house resource expert, Jason Stevenson.

You may know Jason as the resources analyst for Resource Speculator or as the editor of our free daily e-letter, Money Morning. If so, you’ll know that he may well be the most bearish resource analyst in Australia. Sure, he forecasts blue skies and soaring share prices for quality resource companies…just not yet.

As Jason sees it, there’s a tough slog ahead for the resource sector before the next bull market properly takes off. This rather brutal honesty has made him less than popular with some of our copy writers and the sales team. After all, he is the editor of our resource focused advisory service. A service which promises to deliver at least one new ASX listed resource stock recommendation to you every month.

So what gives?

I’ll get back to that in a tick. First, to the markets…

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