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Pros and Cons of the U.S. Shale Oil Boom (Really?)

Ten years ago, who would have imagined this headline? I remember a comment made almost in passing by a mentor of mine, circa 2005. At the time, oil prices had spiked north of $50 per barrel, which was historically very high, and appeared set to … [Continue reading]

Tax Advice for Active Traders: Understanding the 2015 Tax Laws to Avoid Stiff Tax Rates

By: Max D. - Max is a technical writer who regularly contributes financial topics to Farnsfield Research, and other investing blogs. Max spends his time running multiple companies in the financial sector. This allows him to have a constant finger on … [Continue reading]

Global Insecurity Is Good for Gold, Says Mike Niehuser

The Gold Report: Gold and silver have both demonstrated explosive growth in 2015. Why has this happened, and will it continue? Mike Niehuser: Well, I am not sure that I would categorize a higher gold price in the first part of 2015 as "explosive." … [Continue reading]

This Forgotten Icon is About to Make a Big Comeback

By: Joseph Hogue of Street Authority No matter how well run a company is, sometimes there is nothing management can do to avoid steep losses. Sometimes these outside forces are so strong that investors write a stock off altogether and wonder if … [Continue reading]

The Currency War Has Expanded to New Fronts

By: Elliott Wave International Editor's note: This article was adapted, with permission, from the February issue of The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, a publication of Elliott Wave International. All data is as of Jan. 30, 2015. Click here to read … [Continue reading]

22% Return In 11 Days And This Is Just The Start!

Here at INO.com, we are often asked about options trading and whether our premium service, MarketClub, can be used to trade options. While MarketClub does not carry stock options specifically, the truth is, many people have had a great deal of … [Continue reading]

Now Is Time To Buy Gold, But Quit Silver

Dear INO.com Readers, Last week I recommended you to be patient and wait until Gold finishes its pullback. The most important thing was to see if the neckline of an Inverse Head And Shoulders pattern and Symmetrical Triangle’s upside … [Continue reading]

Low Oil Prices Are an Act of Economic Warfare

The Energy Report: Bob, in January you published an article saying that the drop in oil prices could be the "straw that pops the $7-trillion derivative bubble." Can you explain the influence of oil prices on derivatives? Bob Moriarty: It's not the … [Continue reading]

Is the Ruble a Worthwhile Bargain?

The ink on the second Minsk agreement hasn’t even dried and already speculators are rubbing their hands together in greedy anticipation, ready to take a plunge into the Ruble’s “bargain” rate against the Dollar in the hope of a quick … [Continue reading]

Building a Better Trader - Volume 2: Building the Structure

The beliefs and actions of professional traders differ greatly from those of the vast majority of amateurs. One major difference between the two is that professional traders have learned how to approach the markets as a business. For example, … [Continue reading]

Jim Rogers on Opportunities in Russia and Other Hated Markets

By Nick Giambruno Nick Giambruno: Welcome, Jim. As you know, Doug Casey and I travel the world surveying crisis markets, and we always like to get your take on things. Today I want to talk to you about Russia, which is a very hated market … [Continue reading]

Weekly Futures Recap With Mike Seery

We've asked Michael Seery of SEERYFUTURES.COM to give our INO readers a weekly recap of the Futures market. He has been Senior Analyst for close to 15 years and has extensive knowledge of all of the commodity and option markets. Michael frequently … [Continue reading]

Blame it on the weather

I expect to hear shortly the refrain among financial analysts and talking heads to explain the recent spate of relatively weak U.S. economic news: It’s the weather! Last year about this time, you remember, we were told that the unexpected 2.9% … [Continue reading]

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