Stock Market & Commodity Prices

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Oil takes pause, gold in choppy waters

After booking 2% gains in the previous session and reaching fresh multi-year highs, oil bulls are pausing for breath. The black gold has been tearing higher across the past five weeks, up just shy of 14% since mid-May.

by Sophie Griffiths

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China keeps pushing copper prices down. Aluminium outperforms copper.

Aluminum has overtaken copper as the second-best performer on the London Metal Exchange this year as a tight global market helps to offset worries about China’s planned release of strategic reserves.

by Investing.com

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Bullion Banks Cover Gold Shorts, But How Many Longs Are Left To Shake Out?

Bullion banks covered some gold short positions, but how many longs are left to shake out?

by Alasdair Macleod

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Shipping rates expected to stay high in potential profit drag for retail

This is about shipping rates in general, but it is correlated to oil tankers. UBS says a key takeaway from meetings with shipping industry experts is that supply chain pressures will remain in place for the near term as it pertains to the retail sector.

by Seeking Alpha

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February Non-OPEC Oil Production Sinks

February Non-OPEC production dropped by 1,554 kb/d primarily due to the US winter storm. This article might give you an idea of the "when" on oil & oil producers.


by Ron Patterson

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Southern's Vogtle 3 nuclear unit probed by NRC

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says it has started a special inspection at Southern Co.'s (NYSE:SO) Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia to identify what led to remediation work at the third unit currently under construction.


by Seeking Alpha

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What I'm thinking

$100 Crude Oil is Coming!

The author suggests that curde oil will soon reach $100, as they don't think crude oil supply will meet crude oil demand over the short term.

by Romil Patel

The FOMC and half-year take-down

This week saw a massive sell-off, sparked by three factors: the approaching half-year end, the FOMC admitting that inflation may become a problem (but they still don’t think so), and the implementation of the Basel 3 net stable funding ratio. Consequently, from last Friday’s close gold in the UK’s time zone this morning was trading at $1792, down $85 from last Friday’s close, after a low of $1768 yesterday (Thursday). On the same time scales, silver fell $1.47 to $26.40, after a low of $25.78.

by Alasdair Macleod

Gold Is Dead Money Against 3 Major Headwinds

Interesting article about gold. The author suggests that gold is facing headwinds based on a few fundamentals (like no more inflation & very strong economic growth) and even some technicals, suggesting that gold will go much lower after breaking the technical support at $1800/oz. Worth the read.

by BOOX Research

A look at the silver price chart

Technical analysis on the price chart of silver with a few suggested stop limits and some interesting findings.

by Florian Grummes

Silver Price Projection 5 Years Out

In this aticle, Jeff Clark from goldsilver.com gives an overview of the silver market, a summary of the catalysts that may influence silver prices (from industrial to investment demand and more) and then concludes the article with his 5-year price prediction for silver.

by Jeff Clark

Silver > Gold

An overview on why silver might be a better investment for some investors. This article goes to explain the pro's and con's of owning silver vs gold, and concludes that silver is the better way to go for now.

by Long Term Tips

What I'm reading

What I'm reading

$100 Crude Oil is Coming!

The author suggests that curde oil will soon reach $100, as they don't think crude oil supply will meet crude oil demand over the short term.

by Romil Patel

The FOMC and half-year take-down

This week saw a massive sell-off, sparked by three factors: the approaching half-year end, the FOMC admitting that inflation may become a problem (but they still don’t think so), and the implementation of the Basel 3 net stable funding ratio. Consequently, from last Friday’s close gold in the UK’s time zone this morning was trading at $1792, down $85 from last Friday’s close, after a low of $1768 yesterday (Thursday). On the same time scales, silver fell $1.47 to $26.40, after a low of $25.78.

by Alasdair Macleod

Gold Is Dead Money Against 3 Major Headwinds

Interesting article about gold. The author suggests that gold is facing headwinds based on a few fundamentals (like no more inflation & very strong economic growth) and even some technicals, suggesting that gold will go much lower after breaking the technical support at $1800/oz. Worth the read.

by BOOX Research

A look at the silver price chart

Technical analysis on the price chart of silver with a few suggested stop limits and some interesting findings.

by Florian Grummes

Silver Price Projection 5 Years Out

In this aticle, Jeff Clark from goldsilver.com gives an overview of the silver market, a summary of the catalysts that may influence silver prices (from industrial to investment demand and more) and then concludes the article with his 5-year price prediction for silver.

by Jeff Clark

Silver > Gold

An overview on why silver might be a better investment for some investors. This article goes to explain the pro's and con's of owning silver vs gold, and concludes that silver is the better way to go for now.

by Long Term Tips

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