Tag Archives: West Texas Intermediate

The Default Next Move for Oil is Downwards, And Here’s Why

As traders, investors and pundits, we all like to think that what we do is akin to a science. We believe that by working harder and being smarter we can give ourselves an edge, that enough research will reveal to us the next move, either a long term trend or an intraday blip on a chart, and that we can …

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Don’t Panic, Nothing Has Really Changed in the Oil Markets

Demand for oil is heading towards record levels both internationally and in the U.S. The Greek issue is not new and it has not changed. It is just popular now as deadlines are pushed. It will fade and its drag on oil prices will ease.

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Why Pump Prices Haven’t Fallen as Fast as Oil Has

Oil prices have plunged almost 60%, yet gasoline is only a third cheaper.

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Sliding Oil Prices Still Yield a $90b 2014 for Big Oil

The big five oil companies remained profitable despite steep dip in oil prices, making $16.4 billion in the last quarter of 2014 and $89.7 billion for the entire year.

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