George Kleinman

Analyst Articles

The question going forward: Is the worst behind us in terms of economic growth, energy and metals prices? If the answer’s yes, then the worst is also behind Canadian dollar values, which should start to appreciate, not only against the US Dollar, but also versus the European currencies. Read More

These are the profound words of Mark Twain. Although no two markets are exactly alike, today I’ll examine the phenomenon known as “blood in the streets,” an occurrence that repeats throughout market history. I’m not giving you investment advice here; rather, I’m presenting two specific commodities that are potentially ringing the bell you hear at, or near, the bottom. Read More

Cotton remains the cheapest commodity on the board, relatively speaking. December cotton hit contract lows last week--much to my surprise, because December cotton is “new crop,” not even planted yet. Read More