Posts by: Phil Flynn

The stock market rally yesterday is being thwarted by the Tik-tok drop. The word that President Trump is going to Tik-Tok and other popular Chinese […]

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Oil tried to go parabolic but retreated on demand concerns as gasoline demand is still stuttering. Yet in a move that could be just the […]

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The global commodity futures market is going on a parabolic – it’s going straight up like a rock that even Elon Musk would be proud […]

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Crazy Draw. The Energy Report 08/04/2020

On August 4, 2020 - 7:19 AM By

Oil again rejected the sub $40.00 a barrel area as talk starts to circulate that we could see a significant draw down in U.S. crude […]

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It was not too long ago when the U.S. lacked refining capacity.Politicians complained about high gas prices yet made it almost impossible to bring them […]

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OPEC plus is going to rollback cuts and add 1.5 million barrels of oil to the global oil market starting August 1. When OPEC Plus […]

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Markets are a bit hungover even as the party master, Jerome Powell, swears he will keep the party going. The Fed Chairman promised he will […]

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Talk of a stimulus stall is holding crude oil back a bit after a surprisingly bullish 6.829 million barrel crude oil draw. The draw in […]

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Twilight in the Desert: The Coming Saudi Oil Shock and the World Economy. It was a classic book by the late Matthew Simmons published in […]

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Left Out. The Energy Report 07/27/2020

On July 27, 2020 - 7:10 AM By

With all of the excitement with a rising stock market and record prices on gold and explosive moves in silver, oil seems to be a […]

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U.S. tensions with China are heating up, but at the same time, so is manufacturing and service sector data across Europe, not to mention record […]

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If it cannot break, do not fix it. Even with signs that gasoline demand may be stalling and increasing tensions between the U.S. and China, […]

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