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Posted on 7/24/2014 5:11:52 AM by: Rick Alexander, VP, Trading @ Zaner. 312-277-0107.

THE NEXT BULL MARKET IN THE ENERGY COMPLEX COULD BE NATURAL GAS. PLEASE CALL FOR THE REASONS WHY IN MY OPINION.

Higher for crude and heating oil along with the rbob while lower for natural gas. The energies, overall, had been fueled by the crisis in Iraq  but, except for crude rallying over the last week, have been falling since June 23rd in spite of the fighting going on. I had been watching gasoline prices rising over the last half of June and first half of July probably due to the anticipation of shortages. However, hearing the oil supply hasn't been significantly hurt seems to be proven to be correct! Good support for the crude really goes well below 100 but settling below that important price of the above mentioned 100 on July 15th was not a good sign, psychologically or technically, in my opinion. Heating oil needs to hold the 285 area (Sept.)which it hasn't settled below since Nov. 7th 2013. Meanwhile, look at 280 (Sept.) for the rbob as my point of reference. Natural gas just keeps plummeting making its worst low and close (5 sessions in a row) since last November but still in a critical support area. There's not much resistance up to aound 430 also. THE FUTURE FOR GAS COULD CONTINUE TO BE VERY BULLISH DOWN THE ROAD. SELL SIGNAL FOR CARUDE OIL AND NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!  For additional charts, quotes, news, commentary & more, sign-up for a FREE 30-day trial to Market head.Com

 


07/15 Crude oil sell signal

Posted on 7/23/2014 1:46:45 PM by: Larry Baer, Market Strategist @ Zaner. 312-277-0112.

SEE CHART

 


NO UPDATE TODAY

Posted on 7/23/2014 7:27:16 AM by: Rick Alexander, VP, Trading @ Zaner. 312-277-0107.

THE NEXT BULL MARKET IN THE ENERGY COMPLEX COULD BE NATURAL GAS. PLEASE CALL FOR THE REASONS WHY IN MY OPINION.

Higher for crude and heating oil along with the rbob while lower for natural gas. The energies, overall, had been fueled by the crisis in Iraq  but, except for crude rallying over the last week, have been falling since June 23rd in spite of the fighting going on. I had been watching gasoline prices rising over the last half of June and first half of July probably due to the anticipation of shortages. However, hearing the oil supply hasn't been significantly hurt seems to be proven to be correct! Good support for the crude really goes well below 100 but settling below that important price of the above mentioned 100 on July 15th was not a good sign, psychologically or technically, in my opinion. Heating oil needs to hold the 285 area (Sept.)which it hasn't settled below since Nov. 7th 2013. Meanwhile, look at 280 (Sept.) for the rbob as my point of reference. Natural gas just keeps plummeting making its worst low and close (5 sessions in a row) since last November but still in a critical support area. There's not much resistance up to aound 430 also. THE FUTURE FOR GAS COULD CONTINUE TO BE VERY BULLISH DOWN THE ROAD. SELL SIGNAL FOR CARUDE OIL AND NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!  For additional charts, quotes, news, commentary & more, sign-up for a FREE 30-day trial to Market head.Com

 

 


API ENERGY STOCKS. NATURAL GAS KEEPS PLUMMETING.

Posted on 7/22/2014 7:32:32 AM by: Rick Alexander, VP, Trading @ Zaner. 312-277-0107.

THE NEXT BULL MARKET IN THE ENERGY COMPLEX COULD BE NATURAL GAS. PLEASE CALL FOR THE REASONS WHY IN MY OPINION.

Higher for crude and heating oil along with the rbob while lower for natural gas. The energies, overall, had been fueled by the crisis in Iraq  but, except for crude rallying over the last week, have been falling since June 23rd in spite of the fighting going on. I had been watching gasoline prices rising over the last half of June and first half of July probably due to the anticipation of shortages. However, hearing the oil supply hasn't been significantly hurt seems to be proven to be correct! Good support for the crude really goes well below 100 but settling below that important price of the above mentioned 100 on July 15th was not a good sign, psychologically or technically, in my opinion. Heating oil needs to hold the 285 area (Sept.)which it hasn't settled below since Nov. 7th 2013. Meanwhile, look at 280 (Sept.) for the rbob as my point of reference. Natural gas just keeps plummeting making its worst low and close (5 sessions in a row) since last November but still in a critical support area. There's not much resistance up to aound 430 also. THE FUTURE FOR GAS COULD CONTINUE TO BE VERY BULLISH DOWN THE ROAD. SELL SIGNAL FOR CARUDE OIL AND NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!  For additional charts, quotes, news, commentary & more, sign-up for a FREE 30-day trial to Market head.Com

 

 


NO UPDATE TODAY

Posted on 7/21/2014 7:51:57 AM by: Rick Alexander, VP, Trading @ Zaner. 312-277-0107.

THE NEXT BULL MARKET IN THE ENERGY COMPLEX COULD BE NATURAL GAS. PLEASE CALL FOR THE REASONS WHY IN MY OPINION.

Lower for crude and heating oil along with the rbob and natural gas. The energies, overall, had been fueled by the crisis in Iraq  but have been falling since June 23rd in spite of the fighting going on. I had been watching gasoline prices rising over the last half of June and first half of July probably due to the anticipation of shortages. However, hearing the oil supply hasn't been significantly hurt seems to b e proven to be correct! Good support for the crude really goes well below 100 but settling below that important price of the above mentioned 100 on July 15th was not a good sign, psychologically or technically, in my opinion. Heating oil needs to hold the 285 area (Sept.)which it hasn't settled below since Nov. 7th 2013. Meanwhile, O look at 280 (Sept.) for the rbob as my point of reference. Natural gas just keeps plummeting making its worst low and close (5 sessions in a row) since last December but at least in a support area. There's not much resistance up to aound 430 also. THE FUTURE FOR GAS COULD CONTINUE TO BE VERY BULLISH DOWN THE ROAD. SELL SIGNAL FOR CARUDE OIL AND NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!  For additional charts, quotes, news, commentary & more, sign-up for a FREE 30-day trial to Market head.Com

 

 


NO UPDATE TODAY

Posted on 7/18/2014 7:36:12 AM by: Rick Alexander, VP, Trading @ Zaner. 312-277-0107.

THE NEXT BULL MARKET IN THE ENERGY COMPLEX SHOULD BE NATURAL GAS. PLEASE CALL FOR THE REASONS WHY IN MY OPINION.

Higher for crude and heating oil, mixed for the rbob while lower for natural gas.. The energies, overall, had been fueled by the crisis in Iraq  but have been falling since June 23rd in spite of the fighting in. I had been watching gasoline prices rising over the last half of June and first half of July probably due to the anticipation of shortages but hearing the oil supply hasn't been significantly hurt. Good support for the crude really goes well below 100 but settling at 9953 (Sept.) on July 15th was not a good sign, psychologically or technically, or in my opinion. Heating oil needs to hold the 285 area which it hasn't settled below since Nov. 7th 2013 and the rbob also the 285 area. Natural gas settled slightly higher but still looking very weak overall. THE FUTURE FOR GAS COULD CONTINUE TO BE VERY BULLISH DOWN THE ROAD. SELL SIGNAL FOR NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!  For additional charts, quotes, news, commentary & more, sign-up for a FREE 30-day trial to Market head.Com


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