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Where Is Your Money Better Off Through Year-End?

From aluminum to zinc, commodity prices have been hit with a wave of volatility. But it's also clear there's a lot of money to be made in the space.

Gold is up 30 percent in a year. Silver up 121 percent in a year. Copper 28 percent in a year.

This morning we want to know if you think your money's better off in hard commodities, stocks or cash through the rest of 2011?

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