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By EconMatters
Always avoid the last 45 minutes of the “Pit Close” in the Oil Market, unless you have reached the Master`s skill level as a Oil Trader, and even then you better be on your A-Game as a Trader. Institutional Traders often close out or initiate new positions on the last 5-minute bar of the “Pit Trading Session” which…

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By EconMatters
We are starting to price back in a December Rate hike by the Federal Reserve, slowly but surely we are coming off the zero bound for this market event. We now stand at 22% and rising for a December Fed Funds Rate Hike of 25 basis points to (50-75 basis points).
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By EconMatters
The Silver Market really broke out this week, far outpacing Gold, and is the market to watch in my opinion going forward regarding more “Central Bank Currency Devaluation QE Stimulus Initiatives” and the resultant implications for financial markets.
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Gasoline is the weak link in the Petroleum Complex, and will lead the way down at the end of the summer driving season.
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By EconMatters
We delve into Portfolio Strategy and the lesson of not panicking right after an event that wasn`t priced into financial markets. Unfortunately, Karen Finerman of New York-based hedge fund Metropolitan Capital Advisors panicked in my opinion after the initial first blush reaction to the Brexit event. It may very well work out for her in the long term, but…

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We discuss some of the market standouts today, copper and natural gas continue to outperform other risk assets in this volatile price movement environment.
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By EconMatters
We Like Buying Oil here into July, we think Brexit is the last trade, and we are already moving forward to the next trade. Gasoline is too cheap going into the strongest demand month of the year, it is not like Europeans are suddenly going to stop taking advantage of the warmer weather and stay inside all July…

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We look at the key technical levels in the Gold Market in this video, as an indication of where the Gold Market is likely headed.
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By EconMatters
So called “Hedge Funds” who employ no real hedge fund strategies for the majority of their allotted fund capital are really just marketing themselves as Alpha Players to charge the 2 and 20, when based upon performance and trading strategies deserve just the 1.5 to 2% money managing fee of standard money managers.
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Considering it costs $2.5 to $5 Billion from the initial Research phase to bringing a new drug to market, the $32 Billion in VRX Debt given their other assets, and proven drug portfolio makes this stock look cheap here on a valuation basis. I bet I could find a buyer willing to pay $50 a share for Valeant…

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By EconMatters
The surprise Brexit event made for some fun trading with great price action opportunities last night – sort of like being in a hurricane without getting your house destroyed – there is something “energy” in the air.
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This is one of the Few times in financial market history that analysts could with high probability predict a black swan market event. The Federal Reserve is going to lose a lot of money on their Bond Portfolio Holdings over the next 10 years.
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