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Tesla Cash Keeps Burning at $320 a Share
David M. Green 2/16/2018 12:20:03 PM

Agreed, necessity is still the mother of invention. Earth has 70 years of #oil reserves. This will be the perfect short. Edsel?

The Last Hedge Fund Standing
Michael Molman 2/13/2018 5:15:02 PM

What is driving this increased demand strength in #oil?

Oil Bears In Control But Expect A Bounce
Gil Richards 2/12/2018 12:22:42 PM

In my opinion, all these factors indicate that #oil will continue to drop. With Libya and Iran and the US all ramping up production, it's only a matter of time before the #OPEC members start turning on themselves again.

Crude Oil: Sets Up To Resume Uptrend
Michael Molman 1/23/2018 4:48:06 PM

I have been skeptical on #oil rally recently believing that recent geopolitical tension will be short lived, that Russian producers will stop complying with the cuts and that U.S producers will increase production. However, the trend remains bullish and who am I to argue with the trend.

Crashing Through The Glass Ceiling
Daniel Robertson 1/16/2018 2:32:34 PM

Don't #OPEC agreements usually endup falling apart when member countries start to cheat? How long do you think the #oil production cuts will last? $OIL

Oil Stocks Are On The Move
Alpha Stockman 12/22/2017 1:08:08 AM

Good #oil chart. $XOI.

Oil Prices Are Struggling
Michael Molman 12/6/2017 6:31:17 PM

#Oil has been looking considerably weaker over the last few weeks, however I have been burned before by going short to early. Do you think this sell-off is the beginning of a larger move back to the $50 range or is oil merely stabilizing around current levels?

It Looks Like The Oil Is Topping Now
Michael Molman 11/15/2017 1:02:00 AM

I agree, I figured #oil is looking overbought at these levels and ready for a pullback, my question is, is it ready for a full on short position or is it a minor correction before oil continues its rally?

Green Energy: Lost Cause Or Must-Have Investment?
Michael Molman 11/15/2017 12:26:10 AM

Low #oil prices in 2015 and 2016 caused people to pull money from green energy because they were worried that technologies like solar and wind would not be able to compete with cheaper oil. I think now that oil prices are rising and stabilizing is the best time to invest in green energy. To that end I really like the idea of investing in ClearSign Combustion $CLIR and will keep this stock on my radar.

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Black Widow 11/9/2017 7:27:11 PM

Don't expect much volatility in #oil? What about the turmoil in the Middle East?

3 Best-Performing Energy Mutual Funds of Q3
Michael Molman 11/3/2017 6:20:18 PM

I have been shopping around in the #energy sector lately since this recent surge in #oil prices has yet to be reflected in shares of energy companies. I did not think about the potential opportunities in energy mutual funds thank you for the tips. $SEPIX $UMESX $VGENX

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Moon Kil Woong 11/3/2017 3:49:36 PM

There is seasonality in #oil. The biggest rise tends to be summer vacation season and the biggest drop is after that. I don't expect too much volatility short term. Asia's and SE Asia's growing demand for oil is interesting though.

Oil, Tensions And Demand On The Rise
Michael Molman 10/17/2017 4:58:32 PM

Reduced output from the Kurdish territories and high demand from China are helping to raise #oil prices. Do you think this rise in prices is sustainable or do you think U.S shale drillers will pick up the slack again as they have in the past?

The Potentially Rising Cost Of Oil
David B. Johnson 10/16/2017 9:43:28 AM

Snap up the #oil stocks now while they're cheap. But keep on an eye on developments in alternative energy which will eventually surplant oil completely.

What The Price Of Oil Will Be By December 31, 2017
Moon Kil Woong 10/4/2017 11:38:51 PM

Good assessment. #Oil prices have been lurching forward. I also don't expect a big jump up, however, neither do I expect them to fall off a cliff. The main issue remains, when will those pumping at a loss at these prices get their credit cut and go home. And when will those supplying equipment and loans stop because it is economically bad to throw good money after bad. I suspect more sane and rational big oil companies will buy them up at pennies on the dollar. When you see that you know the downside games will no longer work.

“Oil Is The Fed’s Canary”: Is The Fed “Sleepwalking Into A Policy Mistake”?
Gary Anderson 6/12/2017 7:21:40 PM

The #Fed will help the #banks. They don't care about #oil or #commodities. They probably want a decline in building commodities to offset possible interest rate difficulty for housing, and the lack of workers in the housing market that drive costs up.

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