An Essential Commodity For A Sustainable Economy

Copper has advanced human civilization from the Stone Age to the Modern Age, and into the future. As one of the first metals ever extracted and used by humans, copper has made vital contributions to sustaining and improving society since the dawn of civilization. 


Over the next 20 years demand for copper is expected to jump by as much as 50% as markets around the world shift towards renewable energy and green transportation. Copper is vital to all types of batteries and electric vehicles and is expected to dominate the surge in demand for battery metals by volume as extensive amounts of the metal will be needed.


Copper prices are positively correlated to economic indicators, and the metal is historically one of the best performing assets during inflationary periods. As we head for a global movement towards green environmental investments and renewable energy, analysts agree the outlook for copper is bright.