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  • BP: My Favorite Among The Oil Giants [View article]
    Today (10/27/14) on "Fast Money" Dennis Gartman called oil 2b $ 40.-$10. range. Now he's a generally good commodities analyst-trader, but, I can't get that reality into reasonable focus. Our USA culture (he's in Canada) has become over reactive in almost everything/anything that enters our milieu of society. Tough times may be oncoming but, Armaggedon ... ? not yet. But, stay flexible.
    Oct 27 06:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BP: My Favorite Among The Oil Giants [View article]
    The "henny-penny's" (Dennis Gartman) on oil/carbon energy are today 10/27/14 calling for falling oil prices to $40.-$10.00 range. Dennis is usually a commendable analyst on commodities, but I don't think he's correct of this Fast Money call!
    Oct 27 06:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market Timing Report: Short-Term Sentiment Improves, Long-Term Outlook Worsens [View article]
    All the critical determinates are: eminent DOW and S&P to be much LOW---ER ! SOON! Get prepared; a word to the wise should be sufficient.
    Oct 27 06:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BP's Q3 Oil Spill Payout: Not Bad For Businesses, But Serious Danger May Loom [View article]
    I do not understand legally how claims can go-on, and on, and on ... ad-forever/nasuem ....? Does this open ended parasitism not equate to "fascist-confiscation"? I am very resentful of the odious societal attitude that behaviorially bleeds the job-source provider until that source is bankrupt. By this time a person or entity knows well its' loss status --------- if in fact their even was such a status. Sounds like the "gulf-area" has become a fertile spawning ground for government sponsored con artists. 
    Sep 16 05:05 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More on "grossly negligent" ruling against BP [View news story]
    I presciently conjectured a few months back that we would see BP in the Mid-Low $ 40's and possible High $ 30's? ... some disagreeing disdain to that call. I did caution that patience was necessary, but I would buy more (am already positioned higher). The BP investors scenario is rather clear to me. I will follow my advice as I watch put pressure on BP, but hit the buy button this year' sooner than later (thinking early-mid October. We shall see. My strong call on coffee/JO some months back per El Nino (why aren't California, et. al politicians paying attention to the REAL world) ... was observationally very correct, and will continue to be validated to HIGH coffee prices this fall-winter season.
    Sep 4 12:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BP Approaching A Buy At Current Prices [View article]
    BP at $ 39.ish; probably not, but lower $ 40.'s likely. Oil will near term no doubt be $ 94.+ to $ 95.- tight range for short time is "pounce time" for me.
    Aug 13 02:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • BP Approaching A Buy At Current Prices [View article]
    Chris, good article. Are you sensing BP softening down to low $ 40's or high $ 30's? Market strength should manifest by late 3rd to early 4th qtr. in my opinion
    Aug 6 01:38 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Time To Get Some Coffee [View article]
    As have documentedly been saying for several months (as usual ahead of the curve) JO/coffee $ futures are going UP as 2014 progresses into fall and winter and on.... and money to be made by PATIENT investors. The forthcoming El Nino will bring more than flooding. Wheat may pull a commodity upside surprise later.
    Aug 5 06:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Forecast: Coffee prices to push higher [View news story]
    As I've said (documented) for several months now, JO/coffee will see $ 50.00 before year end. The weather WILL-BE a "killer" on production in key geographic locations. Wheat may well also be very iffy.
    Aug 4 03:49 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Coffee prices on watch with El Nino in the mix [View news story]
    I agree that India may well "intend-to-increase" coffee production near term/seasonally; but the more astute AG climatologist have declared India to be a likely victim of the El Nino adversity to crops viz.a.viz monsoon disparity. And, the recent price futures softness for coffee is understandable and to be expected during this interim waiting period. I think it's a 60/40 or better bet at THIS moment that 4-6 mos. from now coffee prices will be substantially higher than today. Smart, astute buyers/vendors should be hedging protection against profit-robbing exorbitant prices this winter.
    Jun 18 03:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Commodities Forecast: Coffee Reaching Tipping Point [View article]
    A few of the best AG/weather "engineers" ( i.e.. Chris Orr, et. al.) are still forecasting a BIG El Nino upcoming that will adversely impact India/monsoon-season, Brazil and western Africa crops. And have increased magnitude calls of adverse weather coming. The ongoing coffee futures price softness is because of an interim lull that is not uncommon; once awareness and weather influences start we'll see regular multi dollar/day price jumps that won't be quickly tamed much less reversed. As of today cocoa blight is very adversely starting to hinder west Africa because of EXCESS RAIN !
    Jun 13 02:44 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Commodities Forecast: Coffee Reaching Tipping Point [View article]
    Both the WC and Olympics are big drivers of demand at those coming times, and "the baby" could crush supply like never before; good for patient longs!
    Apr 28 02:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Commodities Forecast: Coffee Reaching Tipping Point [View article]
    Don't think it will; but, the "shorts" can always seek better buy-in pricing if you have that magnitude.
    Apr 28 02:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Commodities Forecast: Coffee Reaching Tipping Point [View article]
    Still solid up momentum at least several weeks more; harvest volume proving less that expected per brokers with feet-on-ground in-country. After May harvest pull back normal. Demand globally IS increasing notably and even China "switching" more and more to coffee. I like the Dunkin Donuts new stores to be added in substantial magnitude near term and more coffee to be consumed.
    Apr 24 03:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Halc√≥n Resources Reveals Its Recipe For Success In The TMS [View article]
    As I've said before about HK, talk is cheap ...........Do you hear me Mr. Wilson?
    Mar 26 02:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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