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ETFs: Another Confirmation Day (FXD, OIL, SPY, DIA, IWM, QQQ)

October 27th, 2011

In impressive style, stocks bounced back from early losses to post solid gains on higher trade. The day started off slowly for the market but caught a bid around lunch time and never looked back all the way to the close. All five major indices closed higher on the session. The small-cap Russell 2000 Read more…

NYSE:FXD, NYSE:OIL

How To Trade Gold and Oil Prices This Coming Week (GLD, USO, SPY, IAU, OIL)

October 24th, 2011

Chris Vermeulen: How To Trade Gold & Oil – The past couple weeks have been tough for most investors. The recent light volume rallies which have taken place in gold (NYSE:GLD), oil (NYSE:USO) and stocks (NYSE:SPY) has been generating mixed signals for technical analysts like myself. In order avoid Read more…

NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:SPY, NYSE:USO

A Tipping Scale Still Favors Natural Gas (UNG, GAZ, USO, OIL, OIH)

September 12th, 2011

This past April 21, according to Baker Hughes Inc.’s (NYSE:BHI) weekly rotary rig count, the number of rigs drilling for oil surpassed those drilling for natural gas. Back in May, I wrote an article on the big shift away from drilling for natural gas in favor of oil. At the time, there were 984 rigs drilling for oil. Just a couple of months later, on June 24, the count reached 1,003. That was the first time since Baker Hughes began separating the oil Read more…

NYSE:GAZ, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:UNG, NYSE:USO

The Volatility Tipping Point (USO)

August 18th, 2011

Tyler Craig:  Over time I’ve adopted a multifaceted approach to the markets which leans heavily on charting and volatility analysis.  The ideal setup occurs when both are in alignment providing me a one-two combo of confirmation.  When faced with a situation generating conflicting signals I must of Read more…

NYSE:USO

Investors: Two Easy Ways To Save Your Wealth From 1970s-Style Stagflation

August 18th, 2011

Sean Hyman:  The year was 1973. I was just a toddler, so I couldn’t fully appreciate the next-generation Camaro that had just come out or the release of the new Pontiac Firebird Formula. Read more…

NYSE:FXC, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:UGA, NYSE:USO, NYSE:UUP

Short Setup In This Oil ETF (OIL, FXA, SPY, DIA, QQQ, IWM)

July 11th, 2011

Stocks slid on Friday as volume contracted. For the first day in almost two weeks of trading all five major averages lost ground. However, the market did close well off session lows. After being down nearly 1.5% intraday, the Nasdaq (NASDAQ:QQQ)  recovered and ended the session lower by only Read more…

NYSE:FXA, NYSE:OIL

Textbook Triangle Trade Example In Crude Oil (XLE, USO, OIL, DBO, SCO, OIH, DIG, DUG, ERY, ERX)

July 1st, 2011

When learning to trade certain patterns or trade set-ups, it’s best to start with “ideal” real-world examples to understand the logic of the set-up. Read more…

NYSE:ERX, NYSE:ERY, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

Investors: Long Range Arc Of Gold and Silver Points Upward (GLD, SLV, GDX, OIL, IAU, AGQ)

June 30th, 2011

Jeb Handwerger:  One of the functions of Gold Stock Trades is to help subscribers separate the daily chaff from the long term view of the economic grain.  The markets will do what they have always done, which is to confuse, misdirect and obfuscate.  Read more…

NYSE:GDX, NYSE:GLD, NYSE:IAU, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:SLV

Strategic Oil Release Will Not Hurt Clean Energy Progress (OIL, USO, REMX, URA, LIT, MCP, REE)

June 27th, 2011

Jeb Handwerger:  The recent release of 60 million barrels of oil (NYSE:OIL) will artificially lower the price.  High oil prices has been the best catalyst for clean energy production and fuel efficient vehicles.  Increasing the supply of oil may be pushing down the demand for rare earths Read more…

NYSE:LIT, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:REMX, NYSE:URA, NYSE:USO

Obama Gives OPEC Dissenters The Finger, Crude Oil Prices Could Go Lower (USO, XOM, COP, CVX, SCO, OIH, SU)

June 24th, 2011

Sara Nunnally:  For the past two days, I’ve been driving…  I recently won an auction for a mustang — a gorgeous strawberry roan we’re calling Aesop Rye. I spent all of Wednesday towing all 1,000 pounds of him, plus the 3,500-pound trailer. Read more…

NYSE:OIH, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:SCO, NYSE:USO

Stephen Schork: Buy Oil Producers, Not Oil Futures or ETFs

June 23rd, 2011

So you’re tired of getting gouged at the pump and would like to extract some manner of revenge against the high price of oil and gasoline. Great idea. But before you wander into the oil futures pits of the NYMEX or snap up a conveniently bundled ETF Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:CRUD, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:DNO, NYSE:DTO, NYSE:FOL, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:OLO, NYSE:SCO, NYSE:SZO, NYSE:UHN, NYSE:USL, NYSE:USO

Dow 10,000 and $60 Oil Coming Soon (NYSE:TLT, NYSE:DIA, NYSE:USO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:CRUD, NYSE:USL, NYSE:BNO, NYSE:DBO)

June 15th, 2011

If the forecasts of Jay Feuerstein, the CEO of managed futures trading firm 2100 Xenon, come true, a lot of investors are going to get crushed by an oncoming train wreck in commodities and equities. “You’ve got global Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:CRUD, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:DIA, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:TLT, NYSE:USL, NYSE:USO

Critical Price Support Below In Energy Select Sector ETF (XLE, USO, OIL, DBO, SCO, OIH, DIG, DUG, ERY, ERX)

June 14th, 2011

While scanning the major Sector ETFs, a shelf of support (pattern) in the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSE:XLE) – caught my eye. Read more…

NYSE:DBO, NYSE:DIG, NYSE:DUG, NYSE:OIH, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:SCO, NYSE:USO, NYSE:XLE

Oil Prices: Headed Up or Down?

June 14th, 2011

Are oil prices headed up or down? If Saudi Arabia has anything to say about it, quite possibly down. Over the past several months, the kingdom has been clandestinely raising production levels. It’s been undertaking this in advance of Wednesday’s OPEC meeting. It’s attempting to placate American, Chinese, and European oil consumers. According to an article in the Financial Times, the Saudis want to bring Read more…

NYSE:BNO, NYSE:DBO, NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USL, NYSE:USO

Double Oil Shocker: The Possible End of OPEC… ExxonMobil’s Big Find

June 13th, 2011

Two days ago in Vienna, the 12 members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) spent five hours bickering, and ultimately failed to reach an agreement to increase production quotas. This was the first time that happened in 20 years. That’s not particularly good news for motorists, who could be facing higher prices at the pump as a result. Crude traders were stunned, and sent oil prices Read more…

NYSE:OIL, NYSE:USO




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