It may be the understatement of the early decade, but 2020 was an epic year for the crude oil and energy markets. A U.S. presidential election, the COVID-19 pandemic, and a hot Russia-Saudi Arabia price war headlined what was one of the most tumultuous years in recent history. So what’s next for the global energy… Read more.
Commonly referred to as the Wild West of the financial markets, energy futures offer participants an array of unique opportunities. From the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil contract to Henry Hub natural gas, there are a collection of products ready for your engagement. The listings at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) furnish active traders… Read more.
The lineup of E-mini futures listed on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) offers something for everyone. No matter whether your specialty is stocks, energies, or currencies, there’s an E-mini product that is right up your alley.
Seasonality refers to the fluctuations in the value of an asset in relation to the time of year. Although predicting the effect of its impact isn’t an exact science, seasonality is a futures market phenomenon that traders and investors should take into account. Energy is one asset class where the impact of seasonality merits extra… Read more.
It’s no secret that the relationship between industry and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a volatile one. For the many futures traders involved in the ag market, monitoring the impact that EPA policy has on sectoral performance is a necessity.
Here you will find the most recent trade levels released today in the Market Dimensions Advisory. This update is showcasing the MDA SnapShot levels with potential buy and sell zones for you to consider executing starting your trading day. If you would like to further discuss these trades do not hesitate to contact me directly.… Read more.
This week has seen volatility in oil prices as a result of positive forecasts in global demand followed by an unexpected increase in supply.
This month’s market roundup, we’ll discuss how crude oil rebounded slightly after months of losses and how a big announcement in gold could irrevocably change otherwise bearish futures trading.
Though a global glut still holds sway in the market’s ongoing fall, conflict in the Middle East has been making its mark.
In this monthly news roundup, we’ll look at how crude finally halted its freefall in February, gold’s biggest monthly loss since September and how reports of a Chinese economic stimulus impacted copper prices.