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Did the Market Just Bottom? Weekend Report Oct 3 2015

Every morning our SRP members get our take on the state of the markets, usually a chart is included, projections, and importantly accuracy.  This is in addition to our swing trades and long term research reports and outside the box thinking and strategy reports every day.

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Weekend Reports

Energy and Oil Game

Exactly a year ago, the average cost of gas was over $4/gallon. With crude oil (WTI) floating under the $3 mark for the majority of the 2015 calendar year, consumers have been able to allocate their money in other sectors. 445 more words


Big day for stocks shows why the bull market can keep running

U.S. stock markets finished strong Friday, with the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all rising more than 1% after the April jobs report beat economists’ predictions… 423 more words


Toronto stock market drops nearly 200 points in early trading

TORONTO – The Toronto stock market started Wednesday with a triple-digit drop, with energy stocks leading the decline.

The S&P/TSX composite index was down 198.46 points at 14,975.48 about half an hour after the market opened. 131 more words


Synthesis Energy For The Win? $SYMX

Synthesis Energy Systems, Inc –  a development-stage global energy and gasification technology company that provides products and solutions to the energy and chemical industries got a new investor in John Paulson this week. 148 more words


How can I buy oil as an investment?

for getting involved with oil. These methods come with varying degrees of risk and range from direct investment in oil as a commodity, to indirect exposure in oil through the ownership of energy-related equities. 181 more words


If you’re looking for value, take a look at energy stocks

At today’s prices, even the widest-eyed permabull is going to have a hard time arguing that U.S. stocks are “cheap.” With the S&P 500 trading at a trailing P/E ratio of 19.6, about the best argument you can make is that stocks are priced more or less in line… 572 more words