Futures market

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Here is How You Fix the Oil Market





But here is a giant freebie for all those stupid, clueless oil executives out there in North America.

 
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Technical Analysis of the Corn Market





For example, the world population continues to grow, good farming land with proper soil management is a finite resource, and the world is going to need more food in the future.

 
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2015 Year In Review - Scenic Vistas From Mount Stupid





“To the intelligent man or woman, life appears infinitely mysterious, but the stupid have an answer for everything.” ~Edward Abbey

 
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The Natural Gas Market Play





 I am sure corporations, wildcatters and trading firms are all making business decisions based upon these low natural gas prices, and they are not from the bullish side of the equation.

 
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Presenting Saxo Bank's 10 "Outrageous Predictions" For 2016





"The irony in this year’s batch of outrageous predictions is that some of them are “outrageous” merely because they run counter to overwhelming market consensus. In fact, many would not look particularly outrageous at all in more “normal” times – if there even is such a thing!"

 
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NatGas Bloodbath Accelerates Amid LNG Glut Worse Than Oil





With Nattie down 6% in early trading, the most in 2 months, pressing to new record lows and oil prices continuing their carnage, the energy complex is a mess. OilPrice.com's Nick Cunningham warns, while the glut in oil is expected to continue for the next year or so before balancing in late 2016, the pain for liquefied natural gas (LNG) could be just beginning...

 
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Bail-Ins “Undermine Confidence” In Banks - Lead to Suicide of Pensioner





A tragic example of this was seen in Italy in recent days when a pensioner committed suicide after having his life savings wiped out in a bank bail-in. A pensioner from near Rome, hanged himself after his €100,000 (£72,000; $110,000) investment in Banca Etruria bonds were wiped out in a bail-in. A suicide note was left by the pensioner criticising the bank.

 
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Good News: Gold Speculators Haven't Been This Gloomy In 13 Years





Gold sentiment may finally be getting bearish enough to support a durable bottom.

 
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Gold Buying Surges In November - China Buys 21 Tonnes In November Alone





Sales of American Eagle gold coins at the U.S. Mint surged in November, with gold demand nearly tripling month-over-month. China's gold reserves rose by another 21 tonnes in November, the biggest bout of gold buying since China began disclosing monthly data on it's gold reserves in June

Despite these very high levels of demand, gold prices fell sharply in November - from $1,141/oz to $1,070/oz or 6.6%.

 
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Extreme Gold Positioning Grows As Hedge Funds Add To Record Shorts





With an all time high of 293 ounces of paper per ounce of registered physical gold, it appears hedge funds continue to ignore systemic risk and surging physical demand, merely following the trend lower in paper gold prices by adding to already record short positions in gold last week. With the speculative world near-record long the USDollar and record short gold, how much longer can the status quo boat can remain upright with so many on the same side. After this week's shake-out of USD longs courtesy of Draghi, one wonders if the gold squeeze is about to begin?

 
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Futures Rebound On Hope Today's "Most Important Ever" Jobs Number Will Not "Draghi" The Market





Optimism in US equity futures appears to have returned, and as of this moment US equity futures are higher by 9 points to 2060 as the attention shifts to what, according to BofA, is truly the most important ever. It is unclear just how the algos would take a second consecutive major disappointment in a row: should today's NFP print be well below the 200,000 consensus, December rate hike odd will tumble and the EUR will surge even more after declining modestly from overnight highs just below 1.10, leading to even more losses in European equities and spilling over to the US. 

 
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Another Look at the Gold Price Drop of 6 November





The prevailing view in the gold community is that banks are speculators who bet on a falling price. 

 
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Will a GDP Futures Market Be Liquid?





Scott Sumner said he had a “modest” proposal: there should be a highly liquid futures market in Nominal Gross Domestic Product. Let's look at that.

 
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