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  • chemaes44 chemaes44 Apr 24, 2011 10:05 PM Flag

    Oil, week of April 25

    I think the dollar put in possible signs of a bottoming on Friday, this should weigh heavily against commodities leading into the fed speak this week.

    The dollar index has eyes set on 74.43 right now from the lows Thursday of 73.93 it would take the dollar passing 74.73 to say a bottom is in on the dollar.

    After that, I'd have to monitor oil and PM's to see if a short is possible. I think PM's and oil are behaving like alternate currencies v commodities. As a result they could rise with the dollar v the inverse relationship.

    Tomorrow will be interesting.

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    • The Pentagon is denying the report.

      But enough to cause a temporary jump in oil prices.


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      Could be true or not, but Reuters' credibility and Iranian TV's credibility are not the same.

    • Can't post article but Reuters is saying large numbers of Israel aircraft building up in Iraq for an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.


    • >>>Charts say stay nimble and weary.<<<

      LOL, they say that everyday Chemaes.

      Dollar appears to have found a temporary bottom. JMO


    • hey Tiger,

      Charts say stay nimble and weary.

      The dollar index looks like it is resisting falling and wishes to rise. The few times its done so today, silver, gold and oil have been destroyed.
      Today has been too hectic for me to analyze even one chart. Just trading the begesus out of this volatility. Made a killing today.

    • Chemaes,

      Sounds like to me after today, we offically have "screwflation of the middle-class"!!

      Looks like we need to buy oil, gold, silver, corn & oil services.

      What does your charts say?


    • Well written Tiger!

      I'd add that a fixed market is a fixed market and there has never been anything called a real free market, ever. Maybe its semantics. When the gov controlled the price, they answered to the people, so it was easy to understand why gas/oil prices remained low.

      Replace the gov fixer with the fixers goldman and morgan, and realize the fixers now answer to a different audience. realize goldman and morgan answer to the shareholders and as a result rising prices keeps profits high.

      >>The Republicans are even worse because they are too pig headed to even admit there is a problem<< I think they all know the problem and we do too, it's greed and self preservation. The lobby's for big oil pay for Republicans election runs and as a result oil is also paying for the sound bite "Republicans believe in Free Markets".

      Dem's are just as guilty. I've been reading for several years now that the US has the biggest supply of natural gas in the world and if a party with back bone moved the US toward liquified nat gas, energy costs in the US would be halved, manufacturing and production jobs would sky rocket with the evolution of a completely new industry and green initiatives would be met because nat gas burns cleaner.

      It's going to take a lot of people with tools like Martin to stand outside the white house popping them off and demanding change for anything to change.

      I think the real problem is the political system two party or not is broken. Here in canada we have four parties but the same lobby problems occur and I've just become so disgusted over the years I've stopped voting.

      I'm not looking at charts today until noon, volume is going to die this morning until after the fed speak. Trading this morning is asking for the machines to take your money.

    • What makes my daffy moment of calling you by the wrong name more funny is you and my brother have the same name :)

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    • I think only end users should be able to buy futures.
      Not traders or spectators.
      I agree with M J ' s last post.

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