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American Energy Security
Article By: Simon Lack
Thursday, December 14, 2017 5:28 PM EST
OPEC, the International Energy Agency (IEA), and the U.S. Energy Information Administration are all forecasting U.S. crude oil production to increase next year: 1.05 MMB/D (OPEC), 1.1MMB/D (IEA) and 0.8 MMB/D (EIA) respectively.
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Long Term Patterns In Stocks, Gold And Crude
Article By: Gary Christenson
Thursday, December 14, 2017 3:09 PM EST
he S&P 500 Index, Dow, Nasdaq, DAX and many other indices are excessively high, thanks to central bank “stimulus” and QE policies.
In this article: GLD, OIL, SPX, SLV, DAX
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Gold Prices Eyeing SNB, BOE And ECB After Fed-Inspired Rally
Article By: DailyFX
Thursday, December 14, 2017 4:37 AM EST
Gold prices capitalized as the US Dollar plunged alongside Treasury bond yields following a somewhat confounding FOMC policy announcement. Crude oil prices declined, weighed down by another unexpectedly large build in gasoline inventories.
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A Pivotal Week For Gold And Crude
Article By: Enda Glynn
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 5:40 PM EST
Gold has given us a glimmer of hope today, with a sharp rise after completing a possible five wave pattern in wave 'c' of (c).
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The Oil Situation
Article By: Todd Sullivan
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 2:52 PM EST
The global economy is accelerating and with it will demand, the middle east has been relatively peaceful, OPEC is extending production cuts and rig counts, while up over 2016 are have been essentially flat for 2017 despite the rise in oil prices.
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The Oil War Is Only Just Getting Started
Jason Stewart 2/6/2017 9:22:34 PM

#OPEC can very well try to appear unfazed but their influence on the global #oil market has been on a decline for quite some time. What we are seeing now is a perfect example of their waning influence. They've gone through considerable lengths with the current production deals in order to prop up the oil price. The end result is a stabilization around $50 - $60. The rebound in US oil rigs ensures that the oil price will never reach its previous highs. $OIL $UCO $USO

Gasoline Inventories Increase, But We Continue To See Signs That The Oil Supply Glut Is Ending
Kurt Benson 6/23/2015 2:20:48 AM

Nicely done. This is why I'm bullish $OIL heading higher into 2016!

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