You Would Have Been Better Off Mining for Bitcoins in 2013 Than Coal or Gold

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Demand for mined products simply didn't match supplies or capacity in 2013. So many producers of coal, copper, and gold just couldn't find their footing. Some of the biggest names in the business like Goldcorp , Peabody Energy , and Southern Copper Corp.  all let investors down mightily. Are there any prospects for a rebound in 2014? Tune in below to find out.

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