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15 Mar

Crude Oil Lower On Release Of Stategic Oil Reserve

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The United States and Great Britain have both agreed to release strategic oil to try and send crude oil prices lower this morning in an active trading session in New York. I believe you take advantage of this situation because of the fact that every time the Obama administration has released oil the price declines temporarily, but then makes new highs just a couple of days later.

09 Mar

Crude Oil Higher;Products Mixed

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The energy sector is mixed in early trade today with crude oil higher by $1.25 currently trading around 107.85 in the April contract while heating oil is slightly lower by 50 points to trade around 3.2650 a gallon. Unleaded gasoline is higher by 150 points trading at 3.3260 a gallon and hovering around contract highs once again.

05 Mar

Crude Oil Higher; Products Mixed

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Crude oil futures today settled higher by $.40 cents to close around $107 a barrel in light trading in New York while unleaded gasoline futures closed down 75 points to close around $3.26 a gallon for the April contract with heating oil futures bucking the trend today finishing higher by 200 points to close at $3.22 a gallon.

05 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Down Slightly In Early Trade

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Energy products this morning have opened lower with a mixed dollar, crude oil is slightly lower by $.30 cents trading around $107 dollars a barrel with its products mixed as well with the unleaded gasoline contract for May trading lower by 100 points trading around $3.26 a gallon while heating oil was higher by almost 200 points trading at $3.22 a gallon while Brent crude oil is basically unchanged for the day trading around $124 dollars a barrel.

02 Mar

Crude Oil & Products Down Sharply

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The energy market reversed course today blamed on a false gas explosion rumor in Saudi Arabia yesterday afternoon and a sharply higher dollar for the second day in a row. Unleaded gasoline which has been the leader in the energy complex sold off 700 point to close around 3.28 a gallon while heating oil traded lower by 650 points closing around 3.21 a gallon.

01 Mar

Did An Oil Pipeline Explode In Saudia Arabia?

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Crude oil futures and its products rallied sharply in after hour trading on a rumor that a gas pipeline in Saudia Arabia had exploded causing prices to rally sharply, however Saudia Arabia denied the rumor and stated that their was no damage to any pipeline causing prices to sell off $2 dollars from the high. I am bullish the energies due to the fact of problems in the Middle East which could cause prices to skyrocket to levels that have never been reached.

01 Mar

Unleaded Gasoline Hits Contract Highs Again

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The energies exploded to the upside today with unleaded gasoline rocketing higher 900 points to close at fresh contract highs at 3.35 a gallon while heating oil futures for April delivery also finished higher by 650 points to close around 3.27 a gallon. Crude oil rose by $1.60 to close around 109.10 a barrel in heavy volume in New York today.

27 Feb

Crude Oil & Products Sharply Lower

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The energy complex is sharply lower this morning blamed on profit taking as well as a very strong dollar against the Euro currency. Crude oil futures for April delivery are lower by $1.20 at 108.50 a barrel its first down day in nearly 2 weeks while unleaded gasoline is also trading lower down by over 250 points trading currently at 3.13 a gallon. Heating oil futures also lower down 230 points to trade at 3.29 a gallon .

25 Feb

How High Can Unleaded Gasoline Go?

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The crude oil market has climbed higher for 8 straight days which has not happened in over 2 years on fears of a conflict between the Iranians and the Israelis over the producing of a nuclear bomb that could cause a huge spike in oil prices. This conflict also could include the United States since we are strong supporters of Israel and are always concerned about the flow of oil.

23 Feb

New Highs In Unleaded Gasoline & Heating Oil

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The crude oil market had another round of buying today climbing higher by $1.50 a barrel reversing earlier loses. Unleaded gasoline hit fresh contract highs closing higher by 200 points to close around 3.11 a gallon while heating oil also hit contract highs once again finishing higher by 300 points to close around 3.29 a gallon. The energies and metals are in strong bull trends and in my opinion these prices are heading towards 2008 highs by the summer months.

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