Cramer's Commodity Stocks to Consider


On Dec. 21's "Mad Money," Jim Cramer said the last big rally in commodities like copper and oil was indeed driven by a hedge fund frenzy, but this time is different. This time, he said, commodities are being driven higher by real demand, by the fact that the world is growing, and there's an inability to find new raw materials fast enough. Cramer said the case is simple: The rest of the world is going through the same rural-to-urban boom that the U.S. went through 100 years ago. As more and more people move into the modern world, they plug in more things, and that means the world needs more copper. Read more here.

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