The Time Has Come To Add Energy Exposure

Over the past several years I have developed a love/hate relationship with the energy sector. Personally I have been underweight this group for some time as my attempts to time it have been unsuccessful in the past. Individual energy stocks are somewhat hostage to the price of Crude Oil, one of the more manipulated markets… Continue reading The Time Has Come To Add Energy Exposure

A Scan Of The News Before The Holiday

Tesla Model 3 Gets Regulatory Nod For Production (Reuters) Why Investors Should Brace For A Devastating Oil Shock (MarketWatch) 10 Best Independent Beers For The 4th Of July (MarketWatch) The Best First Half For Global Stocks Since 2009 (TRB) Microsoft Reportedly Set To Lay Off Thousands (BI) Humanity Spent 1.6 Trillion Hours On Mobile Apps… Continue reading A Scan Of The News Before The Holiday

The Market Gods Favor Hi-Crush Partners

f you fancy yourself a trade in the oil and gas services sector, might I recommend taking a look at $HCLP. As it sits, it is especially easy to manage as we will know within days, possibly less if we are wrong… If the name trades below the $12.25 to 12.40 level I would look… Continue reading The Market Gods Favor Hi-Crush Partners

He Shoots, He Scores

I’m taking a victory lap this morning after I pinpointed a tactical entry in $USO a couple weeks back. Out of about 15 bad calls in the energy space and with regards to Crude Oil, I sank this putt. You may remember my post on oil being full of mathematical and statistical jargon that put… Continue reading He Shoots, He Scores

Brace Yourselves…

Wall Street Preps For A Cautious Start As Fed Meeting Looms (MarketWatch) Money Managers Getting Nervous Over Oil (Bloomberg) Intel Buying Mobileye The Driverless Technology Firm For $15.3 Billion (Reuters) Massive Snowstorm Set To Hit New York (NYPost) Art Cashin Warns Of Disturbance In Market (CNBC) Concerns Over Risky Mortgages Sprouting (USA Today) Gold Flagged… Continue reading Brace Yourselves…

Throwing Darts In The Crude Oil Market

Markets are abuzz this morning with chatter about the recent slump in crude oil prices. /CL surrendered the $50 level with a move down to $48. 79 before recovering a bit. Data from the U.S. EIA revealed an 8.2 million barrel increase in domestic crude supply for last week which marks the 9th weekly climb… Continue reading Throwing Darts In The Crude Oil Market