August 24, 2015
Commodities have been in a bear market since 2011 and recently prices have picked up a head of steam on the downside. Many analysts are now suggesting that investors start buying stocks of commodity producers as they are cheap and their dividends are attractive. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha I explain why I believe that in the world of equities, when it comes to commodity producers dividends are a mirage and term structure of the underlying market provides a better indicator of future performance of these stocks.
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