Gold, copper, and silver continue to rise, outpacing the stock market


The commodity market has attracted significant attention after substantially outperforming stock markets. This year, metals such as silver, copper, and gold have shown significant growth, far outpacing the stock market’s growth.

The price of silver recently exceeded $31, setting new records. Copper also demonstrated strong growth, surpassing the $10,000 barrier—$2,500 due to strong demand.

Gold has risen by 17.54% since the beginning of the year, trailing behind the even more impressive growth of silver and copper. The rise in commodity prices is largely driven by global geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Institutional investors are pouring substantial funds into these commodities, with industrial and retail investors fueling the demand for copper and silver, while gold remains a favorite for those seeking stability amid stock market volatility.

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