The Wall Street Journal created an immediate controversy last week when the newspaper’s managing editor tried to kill a story critical of Wall Street’s power.
The last November OPEC meeting sent oil prices rocketing 20% higher in less than a month, and now this year’s Nov. 30 meeting is shaping up to be just as important…
The oil price news gave traders mixed signals this week, but we’re still expecting oil prices to rise 14% by the end of the year…
Oil prices today (Tuesday, Sept. 19) are trading above $50 a barrel, which puts oil on track for its highest closing price since July.
And we predict oil prices will head even higher before the end of the year, too.
Smart investors always have a plan to prepare for a stock market crash, even when a pullback doesn’t seem likely.
In fact, one of the reasons stock market crashes can be so devastating is because they are impossible to predict with certainty.
Natural gas just claimed another victory over clean coal.
The Saudi Aramco IPO is worth a reported $2 trillion, which will make it the biggest IPO ever once the company goes public.
Oil prices are down 14% on the year, despite OPEC starting and extending its 1.8-million-barrel oil production cut agreement in 2017.
The oil price drop surprised investors because OPEC reached a deal to cut oil production on Nov. 30, 2016.
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