If one commodity has a higher stock-to-flow ratio than another, what does this market signal tell us about that commodity?

If it makes a difference, I'm talking about when this is a long-term phenomenon, rather than a short-term situation.

  • $\begingroup$ This at least means that a good would get stuck in the stock for a while -> long shelf life... maybe? $\endgroup$ – Art Aug 26 '19 at 5:55

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