Archive | April, 2006

Crude Oil will drop if the world will just stand still…

I’m not admitting defeat on this one but I may have called the break through 7000 just a little prematurely. This being a long weekend and with the feverish pitch of the rhetoric abroad (Iran, Nigeria and Venezuela in particular) I fully expected the Crude Oil market to have all the momentum necessary to break […]

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Biofuels and Low Carbon Economy

Greater biofuel production, domestic use and eventual trade can bring multiple benefits to developing and developed countries. In the context of the current historically high oil prices, the economics is sound, as a greater share of biofuels in total primary energy supply can help reduce dependency on oil imports and promote nationally-developed energy sources. (more…)

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The iShares Comex Gold Trust

GMP Sees Long Life to Commodities Boom

ST. LOUIS (ResourceInvestor.com) — At the European Investor Metals and Mining Forum at the London Stock Exchange today, GMP Securities Chairman Eugene McBurney asking two burning questions about the current commodities cycle: “How long the cycle is going to last” and “Where do we go from here?” So let’s get going. (more…)

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Silver Powers to 23-Yr. High

Silver Powers to 23-Yr. High

Silver futures on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange on Monday surged to a fresh 23-year high of $12.48 an ounce, basis nearby futures. The bulls have hit the accelerator the past couple weeks, having tacked on around $1.50 an ounce since late March. The surge in silver futures prices the past […]

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Is Crude Oil a Setup?

Can you say setup? The Crude Oil market looks to be just that, a setup. As I look at this market I can’t help but be lured into a long position. As a matter of fact… (more…)

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Cattle Futures Downtrend Very Powerful

June live cattle futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange on Monday jabbed to another fresh contract low of 74.15 cents a pound. Since late January, the June contract has shed around 12 cents a pound, amid a steep 2.5-month-old downtrend line that is in place on the daily bar chart. (more…)

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