Copper and molybdinum are antagonistic, so if you believe you are defficient in molybdinum you shouldn't supplement copper. In fact, those of use with candida overgrowth have too much copper in our systems because yeast loves copper (they brew beer in copper kettles, right?), and as a result, molybdinum is driven out.
You might want to consider looking at the Iodine supplementation forum here on Curezone. Lots of new revelations coming out about the vital importance of dealing with Iodine defficiency. Low Iodine definitely sets the stage for candida to take over, and supplementing other nutrients while ignoring iodine might limit healing.