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Given the seeming inevitability of a tungsten supply crunch, it’s no surprise that investor interest in the metal is rising. However, as mentioned, China is the top producer of tungsten by a long shot, and it’s not particularly easy — or indeed desirable — to invest in companies mining tungsten there.
Once again, tungsten mines are starting to shut down because the tungsten price is too low for them to operate profitably. History is repeating itself. The last time the tungsten price was pushed too low, it came back with a vengeance. And there were a lot of investors who profited as a result.
It’s easy to say buy low, sell high. It’s easy to see market cycles once they are past. But it is another thing all together to track a metal like tungsten, recognize when the market has bottomed and put your hard earned money at risk by investing in these companies.
And while fortune favors the bold, it never hurts to have good information before making bold decisions.