Blog/Energy

Crude Oil – Month-End February 2016

  We have interestingly reached an 86-year peak in oil reserves. This may actually be the end of that trend. Oil prices are causing companies to collapse, and [...]

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Iran Tries to Kill Petro-Dollars But They Know Not What They Do

Iran has begun to sell oil, but in euros. They think this is some sort of blow to the USA, but in fact, they are taking on the currency risk of the euro. This could [...]

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Gold/Oil Ratio: Is It Really Making Record Highs?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, Mining ran a chart of the gold/oil ratio pointing out that conventional wisdom has placed the two together on the theory that rising oil [...]

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Crude – Is it Over? Or Just Another Fake-Out?

Crude has made a slight bounce, but it need desperately to close above $32.35 today just to pause. There is no change of a real reversal in trend here. Crude would [...]

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Mining Industry in Collapse

The mining industry is collapsing. Everyone expanded dramatically because they never expected China to stop buying. The loading up of debt is likely to get many [...]

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CLARIFICATION

First of all, someone is claiming that I put out some recommendation on DUST. I have NEVER recommended such an ETF and this appears to be a deliberate attempt to [...]

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Evil People in High Places? Or Just Coincidence?

Dick Cheney is best known for being the head of Halliburton who then became Vice President. Cheney moved his office directly in the White House and ran the [...]

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Commodity-Based Countries to Liquidate Wealth Funds & Gold

QUESTION: Marty, at the Berlin cocktail party you said we may yet see gold sales from oil producing countries if oil breaks your yearly number of $35 for year end [...]

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Oil & The Commodity Risk

COMMENT: Mr Armstrong, I work in engineering and last year I was offered a position back in a major North Sea oil company. The reason I turned it down was due to [...]

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Dubai & the Middle East

The general perception that Middle Eastern countries are flush with cash and deliberately try to keep oil down to harm Iran when it begins to sell is rather [...]

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