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Oil Prices Have Been Rising And $4 A Gallon Gasoline Would Put Enormous Stress On The U.S. Economy

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Thanks to increasing demand and upcoming U.S. sanctions against Iran, oil prices have been rising and some analysts are forecasting that they will surge even higher in the months ahead.  Unfortunately, that would be very […]

A Summer Of Disappointments Will Lead To An Extended Economic Crash

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at The summer season is often about renewed hope and revelry in comfort, and this goes for economic comfort as much as anything else. In parallel to the old tale of The Ant And The Grasshopper, we are all tempted to act like the grasshopper, forget about […]

Buy These Hated Stocks to Cash in on Higher Oil Prices / By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch / November 08 2017 Oil stocks are ripping. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE), which invests in 32 large U.S. oil and gas companies, is up 13% since mid-August. That’s double the S&P 500’s return over the same period. You can see this big move in the chart below. The […]

Energy Analyst: “Meaningful Upside” for Oil Prices, Market Being Driven by “Fake News” / FS STAFF / 10/12/2017 While oil markets haven’t been experiencing much love of late, there’s a strong case to be made based on the fundamentals for the energy sector. Recently, on Financial Sense Newshour, we spoke with Marshall Adkins, Director of Energy Research at Raymond James, on why he sees a “meaningful upside” for oil prices […]

Is The Rally In Oil Sustainable? / by Lance Roberts via / Sep 26, 2017 9:55 AM I have been getting a tremendous number of emails as of late asking if the latest rally in oil prices, and related energy stocks, is sustainable or is it another “trap” as has been witnessed previously. With geopolitical turmoil mounting, for North Korea to Iran, and […]

Could The Tech Behind Bitcoin Help Stabilize Oil Prices? / by Michael Kern via / Aug 21, 2017 3:40 PM As the price of oil remains in the high-$40, low-$50 range, every cog in the oil industry is scrambling to reduce costs and streamline sales. The oil industry has long been a leader in the adoption of different technologies. But, despite advancements made in recent years, […]

Oil Prices Suffer First ‘Death Cross’ Since 2014 Collapse / by Tyler Durden / Jun 13, 2017 3:00 PM or the first time since September 2014, after which oil prices collapsed almost 75%, Brent and WTI Crude futures both just flashed a ‘death cross’ signal as the 50-day moving-average crossed below the 200-day moving-average. The crossover is typically seen a loss of short-term momentum and last […]

Will A 9-Month Crude Production Cut Extension Be Enough? / by Nick Cunningham via / May 16, 2017 2:21 PM Oil prices surged on Monday after Russia and Saudi Arabia said they support an extension of the OPEC/non-OPEC production cuts. Oil prices have clawed back a lot of the losses exhibited over the past month, with Brent now safely in the low-$50s and WTI […]

A Cloud Hangs Over the Oil Sector / Pater Tenebrarum / May 10, 2017 Endangered Recovery As we noted in a recent corporate debt update on occasion of the troubles Neiman-Marcus finds itself in (see “Cracks in Ponzi Finance Land”), problems are set to emerge among high-yield borrowers in the US retail sector this year. This happens just as similar problems among low-rated borrowers […]

Saudi Arabia’s Grand Illusion / KURT KALLAUS / 03/03/2017 The House of Saud was successful last November in its year-long quest to raise world Oil prices. After a few failed attempts to form a coalition of the willing, Saudi Arabia spent 6 months increasing output to unsustainable levels as part of a grand illusion. With the help of close allies, they pretended […]