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Twin Peaks For Gold And Palladium: Which Will Last Longer?

  
By Investing.com (Barani Krishnan/Investing.com)Feb 19, 2020 07:41AM ET
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Twin Peaks For Gold And Palladium: Which Will Last Longer?
By Investing.com (Barani Krishnan/Investing.com)   |  Feb 19, 2020 07:41AM ET

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Heine Pedersen
Heine Pedersen Feb 19, 2020 2:10PM ET
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I'm betting on Platinum and Silver right now
Barani Krishnan
Barani Krishnan Feb 19, 2020 2:10PM ET
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Yes, wouldn't be a bad call, at least short term.
Heine Pedersen
Heine Pedersen Feb 19, 2020 2:10PM ET
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Barani Krishnan  Also longer term. We're, no matter what many think, at the end of the expansion. Palladium has been overbought, even if there's high demand in the industry. The main reason for the demand is apparently mostly for petrol engines catalyst' and the fact many moved away from diesel engines, especially in Europe, after 'Diesel-gate". But new particle filters and other stuff, diesel is having a bit of a come back in Europe. And Americans also seems to buy more, especially for their trucks. They are also better than gasolin when it comes to CO2 emissions. So, the ratio between Platinum and Palladium is not in touch with reality. Plus, both Platinum and Silver are needed in electric vehicles. Palladium not.. And the fact that both metals are more than 100% form their ATH.
Darryl Parvin
Darryl Parvin Feb 19, 2020 2:10PM ET
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I maintain that silver will lose its precious metals crown over time. Gold no longer needs a poor man's analogue as it did in years past. Silver's industrial usage collapsed with the end of photography film and small players are choosing Bitcoin more and more so silver (and gold somewhat) has competition.
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