The US dollar is making a comeback against its European rivals and the Japanese yen so far, but the commodity dollars are showing the most strength heading into today’s US session. USDCAD fell to a 2-week low at 1.2350 on some modest strength in oil prices and AUDUSD sampled life above .
Despite the collapse in broad commodity prices, numerous specialty metal prices have held or even gone up in the last few years: companies with the potential to produce these metals couldn't attract capital, and the tightness today is now likely to become shortages tomorrow, says Richard Karn, managing editor of The Emerging Trends Report.
The Stochastic indicator is quite a popular tool for commodity traders (including those interested in trading crude oil and precious metals) and it is not without a reason.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will push trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billion of dollars on Tuesday to help Brazil upgrade its dilapidated infrastructure and boost a slumping economy.

There are many good signs for a major bullish breakout in the beaten down precious metals,

Hedge funds boosted bullish commodity bets to the highest since 2012 as extreme weather threatened global crops.
Europe’s largest oil company said the European Union’s planned regulation to curb speculation in commodity derivatives may endanger security of energy supply.
The Federal Reserve is poised to take a preliminary step toward limiting banks’ activities with commodities.
European Parliament lawmakers and national officials failed to clinch a year-end deal to overhaul the bloc’s financial market rulebook.
Derivatives might face new transaction fees to pay for the CFTC budget.