Iron ore stocks are probably the most unpopular stocks on the Australian share market today.
It’s little wonder.
Iron ore has plunged 63% from its 2011 high of $190.
The metal now trades around $70 per tonne.
And the big miners haven’t been spared from the iron ore price collapse:
BHP is down 40% since 2011.
Rio Tinto has sunk 33%.
And the worst of the lot — Fortescue Metals Group — plummeted more than 60% over the same time.
If you’d dropped $10,000 into Fortescue at the height of the iron ore bull-run you’d be sitting on just $4,000 today.
That’s six grand down the drain…not a pretty picture.
But here’s the thing…
If our analysis is correct, iron ore is set for an explosive recovery in 2015.
And that means some quality, dirt-cheap iron ore stocks could be ripe for the picking.
In a brand new Money Morning report titled ‘Three Reasons to Buy Iron Ore Stocks in 2015’, Resource Expert, Jason Stevenson reveals three key reasons iron ore stocks should be at the top of your investment shopping list in 2015.
In the report you’ll learn:
- The ‘New World’ Growth Story: Everyone pins hopes on China as the growth engine for the global economy. But no one’s talking about these four other developing economies, all with a ravenous appetite for Aussie ore.
- The Chinese Growth ‘Fairy Tale’ Isn’t Over Yet: Despite what you may have heard, China’s march to becoming an economic powerhouse continues. The nation is aggressively investing billions in new infrastructure and housing. The more construction underway the more they need our iron ore.
- Move Over China: Why this ‘wild card’ country is set to be the next big consumer or Aussie iron ore.
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