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By EconMatters
We discuss the markets in general today in this video before moving onto the topic of American Greed, and an analysis and cure for the typical way investors lose all their money to these Ponzi Schemes. Ask for 3 year audited returns from an accredited 3rd Party auditing firm.
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We compare the year over year metrics for the Metals and Currency Markets in this video. Palladium and Copper outperformed Silver and Gold Markets. The Russian Ruble and Brazilian Real strengthened against the US Dollar in year over year comparisons. The British Pound, Mexican Peso and Chinese Yuan all weakened considerably against the US Dollar the past year.…

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With the prominence of passive investing stock pickers need to make sure they pick a good stock, but within the right sector which has the passive money at their back from an overall fund flows perspective. Having a strong outperformer in the “hot sector” can really juice your returns!
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We discuss oil market mechanics and overall theory in this video, adding some color, or fleshing out some of our previous comments on the market. The big question is do we get a move down in markets and the oil market early in 2017? As an aside: I meant we tested the $50 level of support in WTI…

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We discuss Dennis Gartman in this video, Risk, Financial Markets, Viewer Comments, and several other topics. You always have to ask yourself: Are you the “Fool” in a given market? Risk evaluation is a given regarding anything in financial markets these days, and has been the case forever taking into account the multiple market crashes and “Melt-Ups” in almost…

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We discuss where Oil is headed over the next six months and how producers might want to buy back their hedges before they start losing money big time above $54 a barrel. Producers could lose big on all those hedges they thought were their friend in the oil market!
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OPEC did such a good job of putting many oil traders on the wrong side of the market for the last month, this short squeeze could go for a while. There is a lot of money positioned in the oil market for the deal not getting done!
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So let me get this straight a $1 difference in the oil price means an additional 1 Billion extra to Iran and Iraq`s annual oil revenue and they are fighting over a measly 200,000 barrels per day oil production delta. OPEC has to be the most incompetent organization on the face of the earth! Split the freaking difference…

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We discuss the current OPEC power struggle in this video. Saudi Arabia is losing the power struggle within OPEC. Saudi Arabia has tried threatening upping production to motivate Iran and Iraq to agree to a Production Cut Framework Deal, but this hasn`t worked. Maybe if they switched strategies and threatened a massive production cut of their own, so…

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By EconMatters
In this video we discuss the latest posturing ahead of the OPEC Production Cut Decision, and the associated consequences for the price of oil based upon another failure out of OPEC. Your right Saudi Arabia you don`t have to cut, see you at $38 a barrel! This is probably the last straw for OPEC credibility going forward. If…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the Gold Trade in this video, as it is actually a part of a much bigger trade that is currently taking place across multiple asset classes in the markets. At what Price Point do Physical Buyers come into the Gold Market?
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We discuss the idea that nobody else has thought of regarding how OPEC will actually hurt the Shale Industry by making all those financial hedges punitive, i.e., lose money above $52 a barrel on the front month with corresponding forward curve hedges all losing money for Shale Producers. Shale Producers all put on “Financial Hedges” which start turning…

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