| |1. Open House, Day 3: Preparing for Oil's Next Big MoveСр., 20 июня[−]
For crude, the next big event is the OPEC meeting this Friday. Yet, Steve Craig, our Energy Pro Service editor, explains why his Elliott wave analysis already suggests it may be the case of"buy the rumor, sell the news."
|↑|2. Crude Oil: Bullish Spring Cycle -- or Something Else?Пт., 18 мая[−]
With gas prices approaching $3 a gallon, it's time to talk about the trend in crude oil. ElliottWaveTV asked Steve Craig, editor of our Energy Pro Service, for his take on the seasonal, political and other factors making the rounds in the oil market.
|↑|4. Crude Oil: Making Sense of the 3-Year HighЧт., 19 апр.[−]
With crude oil prices at a 3-year high, ElliottWaveTV sat down with our Energy Pro Service editor, Steve Craig, to ask him if factors like the rising oil rig count or global oil inventories influence his perspective. Steve's been bullish on oil -- get his latest take on crude, XLE and more.
|↑|6. Crude Oil and U.S. Stocks: No Longer in Sync?Чт., 29 марта[−]
There was a time (not long ago) when market observers talked about a correlation between oil and stocks. Recently, however, oil seems to be doing its own thing. ElliottWaveTV asked our Energy Pro Service editor, Steve Craig, for his take.
|↑|8. Volatility: What It Implies for Energy MarketsПн., 26 февр.[−]
When the Dow shed a quick 10% and cryptos crashed a few weeks ago, how did crude oil, natural gas and energy ETFs fare? ElliottWaveTV asked Steve Craig, editor of our Energy Pro Service, if volatility is the new reality in his markets, too.
|↑|10. Oil Above $66: Will Rising Supply Kill the Rally?Пт., 26 янв.[−]
The recent IEA report suggests U.S. shale oil production will see "explosive" growth this year. Our ElliottWaveTV spoke with Steve Craig, our Energy Pro Service editor, to ask how he factors that into his short- and long-term price forecasts.
|↑|13. Crude Oil Pushing $60 a Barrel: More to Come?Ср., 29 нояб. 2017[−]
Those who blame "cold weather" for rising oil prices should remember that crude had no problem falling as low as $26 a barrel in Q1 2016…smack dab in the middle of winter. To shed some Elliott wave light on the recent rally in crude, we invited our Energy Pro Service editor to the ElliottWaveTV studio. Watch Part 1, where Steve Craig explains his take on what's going on.
|↑|14. Crude: "A Slow But Steady Grind"Чт., 16 нояб. 2017[−]
Steve Craig, the editor of our Energy Pro Service, discusses recent price action across crude oil and natural gas. Watch this new interview below to learn why he believes recent price action is significant.
|↑|17. Metals, Bitcoin & Oil PricesЧт., 07 сент. 2017[−]
According to our Senior Metals Analyst: "Metals have blown up." Learn what to expect next ... EWI first discussed Bitcoin when the electronic currency traded at six cents. Prepare now for some major "crypto-drama" ... Hurricane Harvey hit and Hurricane Irma is on the way. Will they send oil prices higher?
|↑|18. Why the Oil Market Ignored Economics 101 When It Comes to HarveyПт., 01 сент. 2017[−]
Economics 101 says a reduction in supply causes prices to rise. So why did oil prices fall after Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Gulf, shut down ten oil refineries and stopped between 380-780 million barrels of oil per day from being produced? Social mood has the answer.
|↑|19. Oil Prices Fall... DESPITE Hurricane Harvey?Чт., 31 авг. 2017[−]
When Hurricane Harvey struck straight into the heart of U.S. oil country on August 25, many mainstream financial experts saw no way for oil prices to go but up. But instead, crude oil crumbled. Turns out, there's more to this market than weather patterns.