Copper, uranium and bonds: 3 investing themes share trading app Stake reckons are worth watching in 2023

Copper, uranium and bonds are three picks of Stake in 2023. Pic: Getty Images share

With copper prices set to rise in 2023 and growing demand the commodity is a pick of Stake

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Fixed income could be new black as concerns about a recession rise As we embark on a new year markets analyst at Australian share trading app Stake Megan Stals told Stockhead there are three key investing themes to watch in 2023. Copper piques interest again Stals said copper will be an integral part of the green energy transition, playing a vital role in electrification from EVs to solar PVs.She said there has been forecasts copper demand could treble by 2040, but stockpiles closed 2022 near record lows.“So it’s no surprise that Goldman Sachs expects prices to go from US$8500 per ton […]

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