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abrdn Physical Palladium Shares ETF (PALL)

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200.88-3.99 (-1.95%)
At close: 03:47PM EDT
200.00 -0.88 (-0.44%)
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  • C
    Cheryl
    $AR conversation
    Below are 9 names that I believe would rally hard if sanctions on Russian commodities ever expand from just oil and gas: $GLNCY NHYDY $SQM $PALL $SMMYY $AA $FCX $SCCO $MOS
    Bullish
  • g
    george
    Palladium was up almost $400 per ounce in pre-market. Then right before opening today it went negative. Any ideas?
  • B
    BuzzyBuzzyear
    Drudge Report has been presented with documentation of a "secret deal" between uK and US to allow Russian Palladium sales, which you know what the result is! Lower Palladium prices and more dead Ukrainians
    Please complain or repost elsewhere! This is pure greed over human life as plenty of non Russian palladium is for sale,about 60% is not Russian
    Bullish
  • H
    Helen
    $GLNCY conversation
    Regarding our limited sanctions on Russia, we are being lied to by our government and our complicit and/or incompetent media. Americans have been taught over and over again, until they finally just believed it, that Russia is no more than "a gas station masquerading as a country" (John McCain). Over and over again, we are fed that lie. We are incessantly told that all Russia produces is oil and gas.

    In the current environment where governments all over the world are being pressured to sanction Russia, this old lie has become very convenient here in the United States. It allows the administration and Congress to act as if they are already doing everything they possibly can with the energy sanctions. Our government and the complicit and/or incompetent media conveniently don't tell the public that Russia is a commodity powerhouse producing many, many commodities other than oil that make the world go around and even feed people. When you add up all the non-energy commodities Russia exports, they all add up to a massive amount (if not quite as large as the energy exports, they are not all that far behind). But our government doesn't want us to know about that. They would prefer that we believe they are already doing everything they possibly can. Well guess what? They aren't. What they could certainly be doing is sanctioning all Russian commodities, not just energy.

    Of course, our government doesn't want to do that because of the horrible economic shock it would have on our country, perhaps making the re-election of many currently in power seem a little less likely. The only reason the U.S. could so easily sanction Russian energy is because we hardly ever imported much of the stuff. It was a drop in the bucket. But the fact is that Russia is also a major global exporter of wheat, fertilizer, nickel, aluminum, copper, steel, platinum group metals (especially palladium -- 40% comes from Russia), cobalt, vanadium, and many, many other things necessary for industry (including U.S. industry). If and when the media ever become more informed and/or less complicit, perhaps they will finally tell a largely uninformed public that there is a whole whole lot more we could be sanctioning. And considering the recent atrocities displayed all over our television channels, perhaps once Americans find out that our government has hardly done anything sanctions so far compared to what they could or should be doing... perhaps then they might just pressure our government to do a whole lot more.

    Below are just a few of the many stocks that would rally hard if sanctions on Russian commodities ever expand from just oil and gas:

    $GLNCY (copper, nickel, cobalt, zinc, lead, coal) $NHYDY (low-carbon, hydropower-produced aluminum) $SQM (fertilizer, iodine, lithium) $PALL (physical palladium ETF) $SMMYY (nickel, cobalt) $AA (aluminum) $FCX (copper) $MOS (fertilizer)
    Bullish
  • B
    Blue Feather
    this is a screaming buy, 6 months ago I was trading this in the high 200's!
  • R
    Rob
    when does this bubble pop? platinum is superior yet is trading significantly lower. Or should I just jump on platinum trust and wait for it to climb higher than palladium?
  • j
    jerry
    $ANGPY conversation
    Russia acounts for 40% of the world's palladium supply. Worth well over $2500 an ounce, palladium is both a precious and an industrial metal.

    Unlike gold, 100% of the world's annual palladium supply is sucked up by high industrial demand. It is a key material in both the automobile and the semiconductor industries. The primary demand is from the automobile industry, an industry which will be kicking into an even higher gear than it has been in as we leave the pandemic behind and as the semiconductor shortage begins to lessen. Imagine what those developments are going to do for palladium demand going forward. Demand for automobiles has already been off the charts for over a year. Anybody who has been in the market for a new (or even used) car can attest to that fact. Cars do not stay on the lot for more than a few days, and often are already bought long before they even reach the lot. And all this with 10% dealerhip markups over msrp common across the industry.

    Can anyone imagine what will happen to the price of palladium (already in a very tight market before this crisis and war started) if any significant portion of the Russian (40% of the world) supply comes off the market?? Yes, palladium has risen since the tensions and war began, but nowhere near enough to account for any significant potential drop off in Russian supply. This war isn't going anywhere any time soon, and the longer it lasts and the heavier and more violent the fighting becomes, the more the Russian supply of this critical metal comes into question. If indeed a significant chunk of the supply is ever taken off the market, the subsequent increase in palladium price will make the rally in oil prices seem like child's play.

    This post is continued below in the first comment.

    $ANGPY $IMPUY $SBSW $PALL
    Bullish
  • R
    Rob
    I've been watching this since Aug thru all the drops and then the bottom. Was waiting to pull the trigger to get in at 145. Delayed because I thought it might go lower and then watched it steadily rise. Wanted to make the sure it broke 204 resistance and now have lost 70 pts of gain watching it. I hope this is going to keep going up. Any news on the palladium mkt driving this?
    Bullish
  • G
    Geep
    $BULL.CN conversation
    Check out spot palladium $PALL - we just keep mooning!! Canadian Palladium is so undervalued right now! Put that commodity price move in context with a growing palladium resource (see company's recent press release) and this stock has double whammy tail winds! I'm a bull on $BULL ;)
  • H
    Helen
    Great buy right here well, well off the highs. As if there weren't enough of a supply risk already with Russia's 40% of global supply of palladium, now the PGM mining unions in South Africa could potentially threaten much of the rest of the global supply. See article below.

    $SBSW $ANGPY $IMPUY

    https://www.mining.com/web/south-african-platinum-workers-eye-windfall-as-wage-talks-near/
    Bullish
  • C
    CMOREGAINS
    My timing on investing in PALL was off. I bought in at $278. I'm going to go ahead and add one more share since what I'm seeing shows the demand should pick up with the automakers. Not sure why this was spiking and had such a heavy drop recently since the chip shortage has been a known issue for a while now.. Any insight?
  • D
    Dave
    Price of palladium $ 1,677.37 higher than gold $1,484.30... no end to this trend in sight
    Bullish
  • D
    Dave
    Large tariff on imports coming down the pike. Bill just passed the house, just waiting on the Senate now. Thoughts on how this will affect palladium?
  • R
    Ryan
    Is Palladium just in a euphoric phase right now? I understand the fundamental catalyst driving future demand, but I feel this resembles a bitcoin or pot stock run and needs to wash out weak hands before a real run...thoughts?
  • B
    BuzzyBuzzyear
    $PALL $GLD $SLV
    Russians THIS MORNING are attempting to spread Palladium deficit FUD in a possible attempt to corner the Palladium market. PLEASE pay attention to how Palladium behaves in the next few days. PALLADIUM is the easiest of the precious metals markets to control --- Russia could establish a controlling position at these levels easily and force the rest of the world to depend on them for Palladium EXACTLY like they are doing right now with natural gas in Europe.
  • G
    Geep
    $PDM.V conversation
    $PALL ETF up 7% today but we're flat in $PDM.V . The market is oblivious.
    Bullish
  • B
    Butch
    Palladium is a key element used in catalytic converters and now it is heading for the dog house as there are few to no cars being built ANYWHERE! The problem is the metal is a one horse pony dependent on automotive production. Even if the global economy begins to repair itself in 3 months or so, auto purchases will not recover this year as people are more interested in putting food on their table and toilet paper in their bathrooms. I see Palladium falling back down into the $200 range, if not lower, where it was back in 2009 where it was during the last financial crash. It will then become a speculative buy once again. I talked to my local national precious metals dealer and he stated that no dealer he knows of is willing to pay the full market price for Palladium as there is virtually no street investment demand for it. IMO get out of Palladium now when you can still get something for the metal as the holdouts look like they are beginning to panic. Use your profits and get into silver instead or perhaps an Inverse Bond ETF such as TMV.
    Bearish
  • G
    Gloria
    Expecting $230 is bottom. Rising next week. Big Time!
    Bullish
  • m
    medi911
    It's amazing that industrially needed rare earth metals are not through the roof: cobalt, lithium, copper, silver, platinum, palladium, molybdenum, etc. It makes one take a long look and suspect market manipulation. After all, if most of us lose 30% of our wealth we are fubar. If Zuckerberg loses 30% he's still a billionaire.
  • C
    Curt
    Russia is considering stopping Palladium shipments in light of the new US sanctions on their oil. Hold on. When that news hits the market, this ETF will shoot up more. You can read it at the WSJ website.
    Bullish
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