One analyst thinks so.
Rising copper prices put the lowest-cost mining companies in the position to thrive in the coming years.
Goldman Sachs just went bullish on the commodity sector for the first time in four years.
If you can't access it, then what's the point?
After years of struggling, U.S. miners and steelmakers have bounced back in 2016.
On one hand, if a Trump administration can accelerate the fight against improper government subsidies to foreign steel imported into the country, that would be good. On the other hand, a heavy hand at trade could hurt the U.S. economy. That could be devastating. Here's a look at how to invest in both possibilities.
One analyst sees a bright future for shiny steel.
Investors pushed global steel giant ArcelorMittal higher than its peers last month. Here’s what was going on (hint: It was about more than steel).
Short version: a pro-American manufacturing agenda from president-elect Donald Trump has the market excited about an industry that's faced heavy import competition in recent years.
Nucor just reported less than inspiring earnings, leading investors to sell the steelmaker. That could prove to be a mistake.