By Elliott Wave International Crude Oil Prices: “Random”? Hardly. The more emotional the market, the more predictable it is. Last week’s shocking spike in crude
By Steve Saville The US$ oil price and the Canadian Dollar (C$) have tracked each other closely over the past 2 years. When divergences have
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra [Oil] supply remains a problem but focus has finally shifted toward demand At the end of August, the US Energy
By Tom McClellan US Oil Inventories at Record Level September 02, 2016 The EIA reported this week that U.S. total combined stocks of crude oil,
By Tim Knight As a reminder, this Wednesday is one of the year’s eight FOMC days in which, yet again, we sit up and wonder
By Tim Knight Bears have been frustrated, and I am among them, that bear markets are allowed to go no longer than one, maybe one-and-a-half,
By Tim Knight Early in the weekend, I was asking myself how I was going to handle positioning before the big Brexit vote on Thursday.
By Tim Knight Well, I guess we’re at the part of the famed Disney classic Old Yellen in which she has clearly been struck with rabies
By Tim Knight It took just two days (today and last Friday) to wipe clean 11 days of bullish “progress.” Indeed, today on a big
By Tim Knight I can hardly believe it, but the wedge is finally broken. Thank the Lawd!
By Tim Knight Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. I’m still almost completely focused on crude oil for the overall direction of the market. The good
By Tim Knight [biiwii comment: How on earth may I ask did Gartman attain such stature? Secret pics of CNBC execs having group relations with