Platinum and Palladium appear to be the place to be - many to choose from PAL, PLG, IMPUY and the ETF space one can look at PTM or PALL and PLTM to name a few
We own PLTM and PLG.
On the New York Mercantile Exchange, platinum futures for April delivery rose 0.7 percent to $1,694.90 an ounce. This week, the price climbed 1.2 percent, the fourth straight gain and the longest rally in almost a year.
Palladium futures for March delivery rose 2 percent to $741 an ounce on the Nymex. This week, the price gained 2.5 percent the third straight advance. Earlier, the metal reached $741.90, the highest since Sept. 9, 2011 after Johnson Matthey Plc said reserves in Russia, the world’s largest producer, are “pretty much exhausted,” and sales this year may be only 3 metric tons.