Energy prices have been in a bear market for more than a year now. Much of the focus has been on the price of crude oil which fell from over $107 per barrel in June 2014 to lows of under $35 last week. At the same time natural gas, has been making new lows on a daily basis. Last week it fell to the lowest level in a decade and a half. In my latest work for Seeking Alpha I examine the current state of these two energy markets and explain why recent moves is the perfect setup for massive volatility in 2016.
Article: A Low Energy Year
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