Energy Markets

Rookie Chinese Commodity Traders Run Trillions

The Chinese government repeatedly attempts to micro-manage the lives of its citizens. The effects of which continue to be unintended consequences both socially and economically. This week, we’ll discuss the citizens’ pool of money that the government continues to hold hostage and the mechanisms the Chinese government has employed thus far that have created a predictable ripple effect, visible to… Read more →

Oil, Gold, Grains – Was that It?

Has the commodity rally that began just before the New Year ran its course? We posed the argument in early January that the technical breakout in interest rates would point towards the general economic activity of 2016. The interest rate breakout higher, towards lower rates would ultimately show itself in the form of deflation, which would in turn, weaken the… Read more →

Heating Oil and the Commitment of Traders Report

The heating oil market has developed a textbook pattern for trend following continuation lower. This week, we’ll look at how these long-term, macro-economic trends play out through the eyes of the commercial traders in the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s weekly Commitment of Traders report. We’re going to examine the cycles of accumulation and distribution among the market’s participants as well… Read more →

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