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Has BHP hit its high point?

Has BHP hit its high point?

Any investor who set aside a place in their 2018 individual savings account (Isa) for BHP (BHP) can look back on a strong year. A dip in coal prices in recent months has neatly coincided with a rally in iron ore and crude oil, helping the diversified commodity group’s share price outperform its peers over the past 12 months. Of the 20 largest stocks in the FTSE 100, only Diageo’s (DGE) shares have risen by more during the same period.

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