This week, President Trump again took to Twitter and his 59.4 million followers, of which I’m sure members of OPEC are included, to try and talk down
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The end of each quarter is a time of the year when prices often ignore technical and fundamental factors.
We’ve all seen movies or videos where they employ a camera trick of moving the destination further and further away just as the subject approaches it.
One day after voting against a “no-deal” or hard Brexit, British lawmakers agree to extend the March 29th deadline For the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.
The price differential between Brent and WTI crude oil can be a critical piece of fundamental data when it comes to predicting the path of least resistance of the price of the energy commodity.
In an article we wrote on January 4th titled “Polar Vortex Could Cause Natural Gas Prices to Spike Again” which can be found
On Friday, January 25, the gold market moved from a low that was just above the low for 2019 and traded to a new high for the year that was above the peak from January 4 when the price hit $1303.40
On December 14th, in a post that can be found here, we wrote that
January 1st of 2019 marks the start of another crude oil production cut by OPEC and non-OPEC oil producing nations.
Natural gas futures have had a volatile few months.
On December 12th, gold broke out of a horizontal channel roughly defined by $1240 on the upside and $1200 on the downside reaching a high of about 1249.80.
Starting in mid-December of 2016, gold caught a bid and by the end of February 2017, it had rallied 12.5% from low to high.
In a post dated November 2nd titled “Bear Market Close For Crude Oil”, we wrote; “The bottom of the old range represents bear market territory and is likely to be a target for shorts, which means s
After an October that left markets with steep declines, sharp twists and plenty of red numbers, analysts and traders now prepare for the mid-term elections this Tuesday in the United States.
In the very last line of a post, we wrote on October 12th of this year titled “The Big Selloff…In Crude Oil” (which can be found
On May 25th of this year, Baker Hughes reported an oil rig count jump in the U.S. from 844 to 859. June 1st, there was an increase to 861.
The BOC Rate Announcement is at 10am New York time today and typically creates a lot of volatility on the USD/CAD currency. Traders have the option of combining the spreads and binaries to limit r
Oil futures drifted higher on to start the week, as oil markets continued to digest competing headlines.
The USD/CAD Bears are pressing Support, and hunting for new move Lows. Fundamentally the USD has been very strong pressing the Dollar rally, but there are signs of a potential turn. The Daily cha
All eyes were on the GDP print out of the United States as it hit the wires this morning.
Once upon a time, the advance release of Gross Domestic Product in the United States would dominate the talk around markets for the week of the release. It was an undisputed main event.
Jim Prince with GBE, the Greatest Business on Earth, reviews the September emini S&P 500 for the upcoming trading week. He takes a close look at key support and resistance levels using multiple