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February 17, 2006


Tim Worstall

I know so little about the theoretical background here that perhaps I shouldn’t comment.
But the rising prices of commodities, most especially metals, I think most unlikely to continue. They’re a bubble. Just a view from inside those markets if you wish. Might be a few years before it bursts but it will, either from substitution or from new extraction methods or perhaps simply new mines.


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