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General Comment by Alice Tsang

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Copper. In the short term, this year and next, there are supplies coming on. Copper has been depleting for a long time and it will be difficult for additional supplies to come on strongly. With stronger demand, we might be running into a deficit situation again, 3-5 years out. Currently trading at $3.20 and if we assume that we have a low copper price of $2.70-$3, a lot of companies are not going to be making money. However, when copper prices start to peek at about $3, copper levered companies can start generating cash flow. When we start seeing healthier copper prices, looking back it will seem current copper prices are very cheap.

Alice Tsang
Portfolio Manager, Marquest Asset Management

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