Revisiting [The say when you don’t fall on bearish news, you’re not bearish]

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This was our article yesterday about Crude and very the first line reads “This certainly then holds true for Crude [At least for NOW] which we have found to be on bid ever since the Saudi King flew to U.S for medical attention”. The API figures were bearish on Tuesday and Energy market [clearly] discounted them altogether as the street finds the API figures “erratic” at [times] however, on Wednesday DOE numbers come and they came and yet absolutely nothing happened to Crude rather on a bearish news as the street was of consensus that inventories would decline they increased as we had anticipated them to increase but Crude took it as a bitter pill, shut close its eyes and then focused on the earlier U.S Economic data of which it had paid absolutely no heed to and shot up like a cannon. Certainly there were no prisoners taken yesterday as all stop orders went and the shorts were forced to be a part of buying frenzy as in order for them to square their trades they had to “Buy” thus further putting a bid on crude. We could compare Crude WTI’s move to that of Gold which took place day before when Gold spontaneously came to life and pushed from $1,365 to $1,382 which is a gain of 1.24% whereas Crude’s move yesterday was 2.92% or 2.35 times stronger than that of Gold. Can we explain this move except that Crude pushed up because North Koreans do not seem to be backing down? Or that Crude pushed higher because the Jobless claims finally have broken the lower side of

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  1. Ahmad says:

    To invest in skctos all you need to do is:a) Be 18 (if under 18 then you need your parents to cosign)b) Talk to a stock broker to invest your moneyc) Have money to investAnd that’s it, but that doesn’t mean you will make money in the stock market. In this case I will assume you want to make money so there are extra steps that need to be taken.To make money from skctos you need to:a) Find a company that is either starting out or is in an economic slump -the stock prices should be low at that time -a good example is Ford way back during the economic crisis and skctos were under $2b) Research the company -who is the ceo? -does the ceo have experience with running a business? -how good is the companies business plan? -will the company thrive or go under? -these are some good questions to ask. When I bought my Ford stock, I knew the government wasn’t going to let Ford go out of business and I researched and saw that the new ceo that was put in charge was put in situations like this before and saved companies from going out of business.c) Decide how much you will invest -how much can you afford to lose? -how strongly do you believe in the company?d) Talk to a stock broker -fees will be charged with investing in skctos -the lower the fees, the more you can investe) Watch the stock market and check your stock price every day -when you buy at a low price, you can sell at a high price for bigger profits -don’t gamble for the jackpot! earlier this year, I could have sold my Ford stock for $18 share making a big profit considering i bought the stock at $2 a share and invested $1,000 for 500 shares. I was going to wait for it to hit $20 a share but it dropped quickly to $14 a share and now it is less than $10 because of the crisis in Europe and the amount of Ford cars sold there dropped.f) If everything was done correctly, talk to your stock broker to withdraw your money into your savings account. -this is where you make your moneyg) If things look like they are headed in a bad direction and your company might go out of business, talk to your stock broker quick and with draw your money before you lose all of it! -when things settle out at a lower price you can re-invest if you think the company might recover.Here is a good link on mutual funds

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