The United States should be thinking much more strategically with their energy policy right now.
The Oil Market is going to 'unbalance' in the opposite direction over the next 12 months, and start heading south fast over the next five years.
Last week we had a bearish EIA Report and Oil moved up $3 bucks due to Fund Flows getting ahead of the fundamentals.
We look at this one time momentum stock from a mini case study perspective regarding some of the issues this company faces in trying to recover from the food safety issues of recent memory.
Declining U.S. Production, the Massive drop in RIG Counts, and robust Demand Growth for 2016 are all bullish fundamentals for the Oil Market heading into the Seasonally Strong part of the Demand Curve from a consumption standpoint.
Corporate executives pay packages are performance-based. That is, pay if you do and pay if you don't perform.
We will have a battle over Sentiment versus the Fundamentals in the Oil Market on Monday.
Saudi Arabia really should negotiate a Production Freeze agreement where Iran can get back to producing 4 Million Barrels per day.
He seems more and more like the Donald Trump of Saudi Arabia who likes the media spotlight, in short an attention whore.
Pay Attention to the declines in U.S. Production over the next 4 Months. Along with the drop in Rig Counts which are at record lows, and the lag effect between the drop in Rig Counts and U.S. Production Declines.
China Econ Data out tonight at 10:00 p.m. CST including a look at first quarter GDP.
Strong Gasoline Demand and another drop in U.S. Oil Production were both positives in the EIA Summary Report.
We could have a bearish slant to tomorrow`s EIA Report, and some profit taking after today`s rally in the Oil Market.
Generally I don`t think the Energy stocks are in line with the fundamentals of the sub $60 oil environment.
We look at the Electricity Grid in Nigeria and contrast with India`s economic resurgence - illustrating potential growth opportunity for increasing productivity in Nigeria.