Crude oil had a strong 2016, but that momentum could stall in the coming year, says Maxwell Gold, director of investment strategy for ETF Securities. Gold says he expects crude to remain range-bound as the market comes to grips with OPEC's production cuts. He is more bullish on gold ( ETF Gold Trust  (SGOL) ) and silver ( Silver Trust  (SIVR) ) in 2017 due to currency and geopolitical volatility. Finally, he is positive on coffee and sugar when it comes to agricultural commodities.

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