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Adam Hamilton
Gold’s Primary Driver Bullish
By Adam Hamilton - May 22, 2015 2

Gold has been fairly volatile so far this year, seeing plenty of big daily surges and selloffs. But with all these largely netting out to the sideways grind of recent months, gold’s price action...

Chris Kimble
Is It Time For Crude To Cool Off?
By Chris Kimble - May 22, 2015

King Dollar and crude oil have had little correlation over the past year, trading in pretty much opposite directions. Over the past 9 months, the USD has had a historical rally while the opposite ...

MetalMiner
Chinese Steel Exports Rising
By MetalMiner  - May 22, 2015

China has changed its tack on steel exports. In previous years it has sought a more conciliatory position to complaints by trade partners, a WSJ article says in the past CISA, China’s steel ...

ICM Brokers
Oil And Gold: May 22, 2014
By ICM Brokers - May 22, 2015

CLCrude oil futures soared above $60 a barrel on Thursday extending gains amid easing concerns of oversupply and continued fighting in the Middle East. Energy traders continued to digest Wednesday's ...

Mike Paulenoff
Stocks And Oil Show Upside
By Mike Paulenoff - May 21, 2015

Thursday's E-Mini S&P 500 and crude oil followed the same path -- to the upside. In fact, the action in the E-Mini and oil since Tuesday and Wednesday looks like both have ended corrections, and ...

Jay Kaeppel
Will Natural Gas Soar In June?
By Jay Kaeppel - May 21, 2015

OK, my last article (Will Natural Gas Break Wind in June?) did sound a little apocalyptic regarding the prospects for natural gas in June. But maybe that did not present the full picture. While that ...

Tory Enerson
Crude Spreads Could Provide Directional Bias
By Tory Enerson - May 21, 2015

EIA data yesterday confirmed the ongoing trend of reduced supplies in WTI crude, gasoline and distillates. With all three elements of the report featuring larger than expected draws in inventories, it...

Ross Woodfield
Gold Respecting Fib Lines
By Ross Woodfield - May 21, 2015

Gold has been range-bound recently as the markets debates the likelihood of an interest rate rise from the Fed this year, and the relative strength of the US economy. The lack of direction has seen ...

Craig Hemke
India's Convoluted Gold Scheme
By Craig Hemke - May 21, 2015

Indian citizens have long recognized the value of owning and saving in gold...and for good reason. As the Reserve Bank of India has aggressively devalued the rupee over the past 5 decades, the value ...

Stuart McPhee
Gold: Enjoys Support From Around $1200
By Stuart McPhee - May 21, 2015

Gold for Thursday, May 21, 2015 Gold enjoyed a solid week last week surging to a three month high above $1225 towards the end of last week, however it has since returned most of those gains easing ...

Christopher Lewis
Gold Forecast: Likely Going Higher
By Christopher Lewis - May 21, 2015

The action in the gold futures market (June 15) suggest that the metal will more than likely rise from here. During the session on Wednesday, we had the FOMC meeting minutes released, and they ...

Alfonso Esparza
Oil Rises On Inventories, Japanese GDP
By Alfonso Esparza - May 20, 2015

Crude oil prices bounced back on Wednesday from steep falls in the previous session as industry data showed that U.S. crude stocks fell more than expected last week. Brent futures LCOc1 rose 92 cents ...

Peter Brandt
The Soybean Charts You Need To See
By Peter Brandt - May 20, 2015

The agribusiness world does not want to believe soybeans can return to $7.50. But the chart shown below suggests such a decline is very possible. Factor is the only trading firm that has constructed a...

Jay Kaeppel
Will Natural Gas Break Wind In June?
By Jay Kaeppel - May 20, 2015

If you are an ardent believer in the phrase “if something looks too good to be true it probably is”, then you’d better brace yourself. Because a “sure-fire, can’t miss, ...