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Commodities Analysis & Opinion

Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT
Gold Rebounds On Miners’ Backs
By Jordan Roy-Byrne, CMT - Oct 24, 2014

Several weeks ago the entire precious-metals space was extremely oversold and due for at the least, a reflex rally. Gold was down in nine of twelve weeks with Silver off in eleven of those twelve ...

Karim Rahemtulla
It's On: LNG Vs. Oil
By Karim Rahemtulla - Oct 24, 2014

Imagine yourself in Australia or Qatar, two of the top liquid natural gas (LNG) exporters in the world. You’re living it up, selling LNG to energy-strapped Japan for $15 per million British thermal ...

Tommy Humphreys
Gold Miners Are Historically Cheap
By Tommy Humphreys - Oct 24, 2014

An especially brutal round of hedge fund/mutual fund tax-loss selling this week -- most fund companies have fiscal years ending October 31 -- has sent gold-mining shares tumbling to levels not seen ...

Kenny Fisher
Gold Dips On U.S. Jobs Data
By Kenny Fisher - Oct 24, 2014

Gold lost ground on Thursday, losing close to 1% of its value against the US dollar. On Friday, the metal’s spot price stands at $1231.80 per ounce in the European session. Although Unemployment ...

WTI Near 2-Year Low Amid Higher Supplies
By ICN.com  - Oct 24, 2014

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for December delivery fell on Thursday, holding near the lowest level in two years around $80 per barrel, following a report that showed U.S. commercial crude oil ...

Crude Oil - European Session
By ICN.com  - Oct 24, 2014

Crude oil is still stable above the previously broken support of the descending channel that is turning to a significant resistance at 82.70, and our bearish expectations are still valid because the...

Silver - Technical Report
By ICN.com  - Oct 24, 2014

Yesterday's downside move failed to take the metal to stabilize below 17.00 levels. The price is currently trading slightly below 13% correction which is negative because the price is trading in a ...

Gold - European Session
By ICN.com  - Oct 24, 2014

The metal dropped yesterday and failed to stabilize above 38.2% correction at 1236.15 showing above. Stability below the referred to level weakens the positivity intraday without failing it. ...

Peter Grant
Gold Retreats As Shares Rebound
By Peter Grant - Oct 23, 2014

Gold came under further selling pressure, weighed by renewed buoyancy in global stocks. The Dollar Index also hit new highs for the week, but remains confined to last week’s range. Stocks surged, lead...

Tim Knight
Commodities Ready To Reverse?
By Tim Knight - Oct 23, 2014 2

With oil pushing higher (finally), (ARCA:DBC) seems to be getting some strength and, as cheap as it looks, appears to be a good buy. But I’m not convinced. Just take a look at each of those little red...

Copper, Still Falling But For How Long?
By MetalMiner  - Oct 23, 2014

Analysts and, indeed, investors are having trouble reading the copper market next year. The assumed wisdom has been that this year’s 94,300 metric ton surplus will balloon to 350,000 metric tons next ...

Kenny Fisher
Gold Calm Ahead Of Unemployment Claims
By Kenny Fisher - Oct 23, 2014

Gold is calm on Thursday, as the spot price stands at $1238.67 per ounce in the European session. In the US, today’s highlight is Unemployment Claims, with the markets expecting another strong ...

Jim Otis
Why Worry About Bullion Silver
By Jim Otis - Oct 23, 2014

After reading somewhere that bullion silver might become unavailable in a future shotage, someone asked why worry about bullion silver since there is plenty of more refined coins and bars and other ...