5 from 5i: Commodities: The worst performing asset class in five years

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Weekly stock market update & five stock related articles we thought were a must-read this week

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5i Research, a member-only investment research group, provides conflict-free reports to every day people. Their easy-to-read, accessible reports helps educate members about investing so they can get the most out of their investments everyday. 5i Research is privately owned, with the majority owned by Peter Hodson, CFA, former Chairman of Sprott Asset Management L.P. 5i Research Inc. is also the owner of Canadian Money Saver, a fully-independent financial magazine, published since 1981.

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