Blog Archives

Crude Oil … Due for a Bounce

Crude Oil futures (symbol: CL) are due for a bounce. All petroleum markets are in deeply oversold condition. We’re targeting the $64-75/bbl range. The aggressive selling in Crude Oil during the second half of 2014 is part of the final

Posted in Ag/Softs, Corn, Crude Oil, Energy, Equities, Natural Gas, NY Harbor ULSD, RBOB Gasoline, Renewables, S&P 500, Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Lithium: The Key Ingredient Powering Today’s Technology

Presented by The Visual Capitalist and Dajin Resources Corp. Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist

Posted in Copper, Crude Oil, Energy, Equities, Gold, Metals, NASDAQ 100, Natural Gas, NY Harbor ULSD, Palladium, Platinum, RBOB Gasoline, Renewables, S&P 500, Silver, Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

US Dollar Index … Approaching A Crossroad

We seldom comment on the US Dollar Index (symbol: DX), however we do track the index closely to understand the potential influence on US Dollar denominated commodity prices. The US Dollar Index is approaching a crossroad in the $89.71 to $92.41 range. These levels

Posted in Ag/Softs, Coffee C, Copper, Corn, Crude Oil, Energy, Equities, Gold, Metals, NASDAQ 100, Natural Gas, NY Harbor ULSD, Platinum, RBOB Gasoline, Renewables, Rice, S&P 500, Silver, Soybean, Sugar No.11, Uncategorized, Wheat Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Commodity Futures … A Look at the Big Picture

Every once in a while it makes sense to step back and take a look at the long term outlook for the commodity futures market. I prefer the Dow Jones UBS Commodity Total Return Index (DJUBSTR) for this purpose, given

Posted in Ag/Softs, Coffee C, Copper, Corn, Crude Oil, Energy, Equities, Metals, Natural Gas, NY Harbor ULSD, RBOB Gasoline, Renewables, Rice, S&P 500, Silver, Soybean, Sugar No.11, Uncategorized, Wheat Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

S&P 500 Warning Signs

Some suggest the S&P 500 move from the Mar09 bottom is the result of economic recovery, others sight excessive monetary stimulation. Regardless, its been an impressive run. The fact of the matter is nothing lasts forever, and the S&P 500

Posted in Equities, S&P 500, Uncategorized

Blog Categories …