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Long Term Damage - The Energy Report 05/24/16

Long Term Damage - The Energy Report 05/24/16

Oil prices are struggling on short term fundamentals but we continue to get a disturbing outlook for our long term energy future. Weakness enveloped crude oil driving it down for the fourth day in a row on reports of oil disruptions getting back on line, yet a report from Rystad Energy says that global oil discoveries fell to the lowest level in 63 years as oil companies slashed spending on...

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How to Protect Yourself in Range Bound Markets

How to Protect Yourself in Range Bound Markets

If you watch the emini like I do every day then you’ve seen the lack of volatility the past few trading sessions. Yesterday’s trading range was 8.75 points wide not a lot of opportunity for directional day traders. However I’m a firm believer that sometimes the best trade is no trade at all. Yesterday was the perfect example of lack of trading opportunities. The ES had absolutely no...

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Trading Psychology: Align With The Energy Of The Markets

Trading Psychology: Align With The Energy Of The Markets

The recent sidelining of the markets, followed by the final break down yesterday has tested many trader. If you were long you probably lost money if you were short you probably lost money. I know, it still seems like a paradox to many traders: Understanding the nature of life is the most important thing you can do to align with the markets’ energy. Understanding and tuning into the rhythm of...

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Rally Nearing an End? CL Technical Analysis | Week of May23rd – 26th

Rally Nearing an End? CL Technical Analysis | Week of May23rd – 26th

The CL technical outlook for last week called for a rally into the $49.20 - $49.75.  The high of the week was $49.55 (July Contract) as oil continued the prolonged rally since hitting the lows in February 2016. Rally Nearing an End? On Thursday, the USD surged to its highest levels since mid-March on the news that the Federal Reserve will likely raise interest rates at their meeting in June....

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Why We Don’t Need A Gold Standard, There Is A Better Alternative

Why We Don’t Need A Gold Standard, There Is A Better Alternative

A highbrow is the kind of person who looks at a sausage and thinks of Picasso.A. P. Herbert The first reaction from the hard money camp would be to state we are insane or that we longer value hard money.  Taking that line of thought would only set you on the wrong track; we are not against hard money or the Gold standard. However, most of those in the hard money camp have a hard time dealing...

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Don't Forget To Roll Your Crude Oil Position Forward

Don't Forget To Roll Your Crude Oil Position Forward

With expiration of the June Crude Oil on Friday May 20th, the most actively traded contract is now the July contract. July Crude Oil traded to 49.56 on Wednesday, May 18th, a new high for the year and a level not seen since October 2015. The strength in Crude faded when the Fed released the minutes from its April meeting. The minutes indicated the Fed is open to raising rates in June as long...

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Crude Oil - Top Technical Levels for 5.19.16

Crude Oil - Top Technical Levels for 5.19.16

SHORT-TERM (today 5 days out) For Thursday, 48.63 can contain session weakness (assuming an open above), 50.56 in reach and likely to contain initial strength, beyond which 51.14 becomes an intraday target likely to contain session strength. A settlement today about 51.14 indicates 53.47 within several days, targeted resistance able to contain strength through next week. Downside today,...

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Copper May Be Back On Declining Trend

Copper May Be Back On Declining Trend

In October, we posted a forecast that copper futures would make a significant bounce before resuming their trending decline. In March, April and May of this year, price tested the channel line harmonic that we had identified as possible resistance, and it has since fallen away strongly. This suggests that the next downward wave may have begun. The overall picture is one of a declining five...

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Are Stocks Getting Ready To Roll Over Again?

Are Stocks Getting Ready To Roll Over Again?

Stocks have gained back all of January’s losses. But some key indicators suggest today’s market is overvalued. “Sell in May and go away.” It's one of those old axioms about the stock market that investors tend to chuckle at (albeit uncomfortably), and then continue on as usual. I’m not a stock analyst and make no effort to hold myself out as one. However, I’ve seen this play out in the...

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Is The Fed Ready To Move In June?

Is The Fed Ready To Move In June?

Wednesday’s Fed Minutes seem to have been a bit of a indicator that the Federal Reserve may be ready to take action. Some observers think the data is not supportive of a rate hike quite yet. The markets however reacted like that a hike is coming this summer, with June as a possibility. The equity markets have enjoyed a longer term run to the upside since bouncing back this spring. As has...

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