Copper supply chains went through a rough week, with Cobre Panama, a very large copper mine in Panama, being ordered to shut down because it didn’t let itself get robbed by the government.
Protests in Peru made the situation worse for Las Bambas, another giant copper mine, that is now struggling for space, which means it might have to slow down or even suspend production of copper in 2023, if the supply-chain blockades don’t clear up.
Could that result in copper doing a lithium in 2023 and outperforming uranium? Or is it more likely for copper to do a few nickels and leave a lot of bagholders? Lobo Tiggre helped me understand what’s happening with copper.
Lobo Tiggre also helped me understand what’s been happening with the interest rate hikes, the terminal rate, Jerome Powell’s eye movement, and the Chinese economy.
As per usual, I tried being funny and made a few jokes in this video as well. That’s all they are. Jokes. Not reliable information.
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