With Q3 officially in the books, 2012 has been quite a year for investors. After posting one of the best first quarters in recent memory, analysts and experts were worried of a slowdown shortly after. But just as the economy looked like it may be heading back to the doldrums, Ben Bernanke rode in with QE3 to attempt to save the day. We have seen a number of assets go on tears, while others have been left in the dust. The commodity industry has been especially volatile, as we have seen assets like natural gas and grains each go on their own respective bull runs . See the full story here → Related Posts: 10 Commodity ETFs with Monster Inflows in 2012 Jim Rogers, Peter Schiff Rip Bernanke and The Fed Caution: High Correlation Between Commodities and Equities Why QE3 is Just Delaying the Inevitable Gold And Silver In A Correlation Bubble?