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Expect The Recent Oil Rally To End Badly If OPEC Doesn’t Cut

June 2nd, 2015

crudeoilArthur Berman: The U.S. rig count dropped by 10 rigs this week after only falling by 3 last week. No doubt some analysts will say that this increase is somehow important and that a return to normal–i.e., high oil prices–is around the corner. Read more…

NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

Are U.S. Drillers Actually Making A Comeback?

June 1st, 2015

deepwater drillingNick Cunningham: Is US shale about to make a comeback? Read more…

NYSE:USO

How Long Can OPEC Maintain Its Current Strategy?

June 1st, 2015

crudeoilNick Cunningham: The six-month clock is up. OPEC is convening this week in Vienna, as it does every six months, to discuss and decide on how the group will coordinate. Read more…

NYSE:USO

Is The Oil Glut Real?

May 29th, 2015

crudeoilLeonard Brecken: As it appears GDP will be seasonally adjusted again, I find myself wondering just one thing: why? Read more…

NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

Time To Own The Oil & Gas Leaders

May 27th, 2015

money and investingU.S. shale oil producers have responded to the oil price collapse so quickly, and with such discipline, that they’ve shown they are able to turn production on and off as if with a light switch. As Keith Schaefer tells The Energy Reportthat means it’s time to be nimble, Read more…

NYSE:XLE

How Much Oil Will The U.S. Have In 2015?

May 27th, 2015

crudeoilAlex McGuire: One number summarizes the global oil market: 93,002,710. Read more…

NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

Why Oil’s Rally Is Over

May 26th, 2015

crudeoilMartin Tillier:  A lot of people have got very excited as the price of WTI has bounced back from the lows reached a few months ago. Read more…

NYSE:USO

Oil Markets Can’t Ignore The Fundamentals Forever

May 26th, 2015

crudeoilArthur Berman: Storage withdrawals and falling rig count have been the main sources of hope that U.S. tight oil production will fall and that oil prices will rebound. That hope is fading as it is now clear that recent withdrawals from U.S. crude oil storage Read more…

NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

The Potential For A Blow-Off Rally In Crude Oil

May 19th, 2015

oil etfsJR Crooks:  With a grain of salt …  That’s how I take market predictions from politicians and policymakers. Read more…

NYSE:OIL, NYSE:UCO, NYSE:USO

Oil Prices Will Fall: A Lesson In Gravity

May 19th, 2015

crudeoilArthur Berman:  The oil price collapse is not over yet. It is more likely that the Brent price could fall back into the mid-$50 range than that it will continue to rise toward $70 per barrel. Read more…

NYSE:USO

Goldman Can Now Predict The Price Of Oil In 2020

May 18th, 2015

crudeoilTyler Durden: Back in the summer of 2008, Goldman predicted that oil would rise to $200. Promptly thereafter, oil did rise to $150… and then crashed to $40 when the entire world nearly ended, and when Goldman et al grudgingly accepted a few trillion Read more…

NYSE:USO

Crude Pumps and Dumps After Inventory Draw Slows and Production Rises

May 13th, 2015

crudeoilTyler Durden:  Following API’s data lastnight, DOE reported a 2.19 million barrel draw (more than expected) this week, crude oil prices immediately extended gains. Read more…

NYSE:UCO, NYSE:USO

United States Oil Fund LP (ETF)(NYSEARCA:USO): Oil Price Recovery May Be Too Much Too Soon

May 8th, 2015

crudeoilNick Cunningham: Oil prices have hit their highest levels in 2015, with WTI surging above $60 per barrel. Crude oil inventories in the U.S. declined for the first time since December 2014, perhaps indicating that the glut could be easing. Read more…

NYSE:USO

Key Catalysts To Watch In The Oil Sector

May 7th, 2015

in focus spotlightEnergy Burrito: Just as there is a consequence to every action or two sides to every story, there are contrasting repercussions due to the precipitous oil price drop in the last year. This post takes a look at some such flip sides to see who is benefiting Read more…

NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

United States Oil Fund LP (ETF)(USO): Have Oil Prices Bottomed?

May 7th, 2015

crudeoilJonathan Yates: For the American consumer, the fall in oil prices has been seen more at the macro-level than felt at the micro-level in many cases. It is a different matter for investors, however, both on the buy and sell sides. Read more…

NYSE:USO




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