In November, we talked about the case for investing in Crude Oil. This month, we discuss the ways one can invest in this Commodity.
The price of Oil has fallen dramatically lately, leading nearly everyone to suggest that it will stay lower, for longer, than anyone could have ever imagined. But we think that’s dead wrong. (As always, take this month’s message with a grain of salt—your investment decisions are your own, and be sure to read our disclaimers).
This week Bill discusses what’s going on with the price of oil and how it affects your investing.
A few weeks ago, we advised against playing the drop in Oil prices by buying the commodity. Well if that’s what’s NOT to be done, what IS to be done? We have two ideas this week about how to use the Oil development to your advantage. (The next MM will be after New Year’s).
The price of oil has fallen an awful lot…in an awfully short period of time. That begs the question, “Is Oil a buy at these levels?” Thanks to Exchange Traded Products, it’s never been easier for investors to trade this commodity in their brokerage accounts. Thus, the real question is, “Should they?” This week Bill
The last day of the Third Quarter and markets are ugly, there is no doubt about it. Bill sees a bear market for risk assets developing, shares some of the risks involved in exiting and re-entering markets like these, and why having bonds in your portfolio is important. To view this video on YouTube and
– Some perspective on oil (0:58) – Strategic Reserves do not equal opportunistic reserves (1:47) – Oil’s historic price action (3:09) – Disruptions in Libya (3:50) – How to trade the Texas T (5:35) To view this video on YouTube and comment, click here.
A VIDEO INTRODUCTION