2 or 3 days of market sell off good enough for me.
Greek crisis just the tip of the iceberg as markets slowly correct.
Algorithms will hi that Sell button as Markets crash
Greece's development minister is calling on the financially beleaguered nation to reject a bailout deal in a July 5 national referendum, the Associated Press reported Friday.
Referendum for People OK really.
UGAZ back to 1.80s based on trends
Europe and U.S. would never allow Russian naval bases in Greece
A few more days done deal and Greece will no loner have to worry about being part of Russia.
Bearish Seasonal In Natural Gas From June 15, 2015 to July 21, 2015
Today I read the following article from Jay Kaeppel, click here, where he warns of a bearish seasonal trend that has occurred 21 of the last 22 years.
Europe's lossnis Russia's gain
RUSL making big moves last 2 days and should continue if Europe doesn't helpbGreece, Russia will be more then happy too.
Natural Gas pipelines lines running thru Turkey and Greece to Europe a huge win for Russia.
Expect a big rally on Russian stocks of Europe gives up on Greece as Russia regains huge control of pipelines connecting Europe via Turkey Nd Greece. Putin must be salivating a Greek default.
Russia will gain control of Greece and Russian stocks will rally as Russia will be the new Greek ally and be able to run natural gas pipelines to Europe and shutdown Ukraine pipelines.
RUSL wins on crude oil and if Europe let's Greece loose Russia will be able to run pipelines thru Greece as they bailout Greece. Win win situation for Russian stocks
A few months ago, Russia announced that it would begin selling oil in both Rubles and the Yuan, further penetrating the petrodollar system.
Shortly after that announcement, Russian and Chinese central banks signed an agreement on Yuan-Ruble swaps
Russia and China have signed two large natural gas deals in the last six months as Russia turns its attention eastward in reaction to sanctions and souring relations with Europe, currently Russia's largest energy export market.
But the move has implications beyond Europe. In the department of everything is connected, U.S. natural gas producers may be seeing their dream of substantial liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports suffer fatal injury because of Russian exports to the Chinese market, a market that was expected to be the largest and most profitable for LNG exporters