Crude Oil- Mixed Signals But Not For SchmOPEC

May 16, 2016

There are bullish and bearish factors at play in the crude oil market these days but one thing is for certain, OPEC is fast becoming a relic of the past. In my latest piece for Seeking Alpha, I highlight the pros and cons for oil these days and explain why the Saudis are pursing their own agenda leaving the other cartel members in a group that should be called Schmopec.

Article: Crude Oil- Mixed Signals But Not For SchmOPEC

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Crude Oil And Politics

May 2, 2016

The Middle East is the home of more than half the world’s oil reserves and the region is the home of the most turbulent politics on planet earth. In my latest piece for Seeking Alpha, I try to expand on a recent article written by Robert Boslego for Seeking Alpha and express my view that volatility in the price of oil will continue to reflect the politics of the Middle East.

Article: Crude Oil And Politics

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The Future of Crude Oil Post-Doha

May 2, 2016

Even though the meeting of oil producing nations in Doha was a huge disappointment, the price of oil rallied in the wake of the gathering. In my latest piece for QT Ag Online, I explain why the oil price rallied and why there may be more gains on the horizon for the energy commodity.

Article: The Future of Crude Oil Post-Doha

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The Dingbats Of Doha Are Not Alone

April 25, 2015

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Last week oil reacted to no freeze deal in Doha by rallying. Higher prices came on the back of a strike by oil workers in Kuwait and falling U.S. production numbers. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha I look at some of the dingbats at the table in Doha and add the central banks of the world to that esteemed crowd.

Article: The Dingbats Of Doha Are Not Alone

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Crude Oil- Doha Ends The Bear

April 18, 2016

The price of crude oil is now at the mercy of the group in Doha Qatar after their meeting on Sunday, April 17. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha, written before the meeting and published after, I outline the potential outcomes from the gathering and explain why Russia has the most to gain from a positive outcome.

Article: Crude Oil- Doha Ends The Bear

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Oil Waits For A Decision

April 16, 2016

The meeting between key OPEC oil ministers and the Russians in Doha will likely determine the path of least resistance for crude oil over the coming months. In my latest article for QT Ag Online, I examine the three possible outcomes of the meeting and what each will mean for the price of the energy commodity.

Article: Oil Waits For A Decision

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Crude Oil- Is OPEC Going To Surprise?

April 11, 2016

Crude oil fundamentals remain shaky going into the upcoming meeting in Doha, Qatar on April 17. In my latest article for Seeking Alpha, I review the current state of the oil market and offer three reasons why this time some concrete policy initiatives are likely to come out of the gathering that will decide the path of least resistance for crude oil over the months ahead.

Article: Crude Oil- Is OPEC Going To Surprise?

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