Monthly Archives: February 2012

Oil: When the supply shocks are demand shocks and the demand shocks are supply shocks

MATT YGLESIAS muses on the threat of oil prices to the American economy:As Michael Levi writes we’ve traditionally wanted to distinguish between supply shocks and demand shocks as drivers of price spikes. When oil gets expensive because of a supply … Continue reading

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Thinking About a Commodity Trading System?

Buying a commodity trading system off the shelf or developing one yourself is not something that should be done overnight. You must thoroughly evaluate a commodity trading system before you put your money at risk.  If you are buying a system, it … Continue reading

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Oil markets: High drama

UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Bombing Iran Fly Title:  Oil markets Rubric:  Iranian threats are only one of many scares facing oil markets WHEN things get too quiet in horror films it is a sure sign that something nasty … Continue reading

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Investing in Natural Gas

Natural gas should be the fuel of the future, but the market continues to hover at multi-year lows.  It might take some time for this market to turn the corner, but there are several long-term investments that should payoff in … Continue reading

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