In this week’s article, Martin takes a look at the difference between the two oil benchmarks, Brent and WTI, and why the spread between is expected to widen. Martin touches on the many factors that determine the fluctuation in pricing for oil, some of which are predictable, others not so much.
This week’s newsletter explores underlying opportunities that many have overlooked. Thankfully, Martin is here to explain how crude’s correlation to stocks may not be as strong as it once was, as well as how to take advantage of just that.
In this week’s newsletter, Martin is reminded of a lesson he was taught by one of his respected mentors many years ago. It is a lesson we could all learn from; a lesson of patience. You don’t always have to react to the market. Sometimes it is better to wait and see. Listen, then respond. Things aren’t always as they seem.
This week, Martin moves on from rumors (something I haven’t been able to do since 1977). And while you may want to go your own way, before you pick up the chain, check out the update on Martin’s free trade recommendation from earlier this week. And while oil prices are looking up, we hope the price is never going back again. Read on for more first hand news.
While Martin always gives us top level energy market analysis in his weekly newsletters, this week he goes so far as to provide two completely FREE stock picks! Check out this week’s article to find out which trades Martin recommends.
Even the best of us make mistakes. Michael Jordan misses shots. Lamar Jackson throws interceptions. Gordon Ramsey burns a steak. And Martin makes a bad call. But the real lesson today, is that mistakes are bound to happen, but the trick is to fight another day so we can learn from our mistakes. Check out today’s newsletter for more.
In this week’s newsletter, Martin calls for an unlikely move. Between the volatile price of oil, Martin’s mother using zoom, and a trade so crazy it just might work, you don’t want to miss out on Martin’s advice.
As WTI futures continue to surprise even the most experienced of energy experts, Martin weighs in on whether the most recent rally is sustainable. Check out Martin’s take on a tale of two timescales in this week’s newsletter.
The world is a crazy place right now. And nowhere is that better reflected than in the stock market. But in crazy times, we look to Martin for some sanity…
As things in the energy market look bleak, Martin reminds us that better days are coming; they have to be.
It’s important to keep our heads up and our eyes forward, or else we might miss opportunities on the horizon.