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Martin Tillier

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Martin Tillier

Latest articles from Martin

  • History Tells Us What to Expect After Big Spike In Natural Gas

    Published 13 January 2019 | viewed 16,376 times

    There are some things in life that I find perpetually puzzling. It eludes me why anybody cares in the slightest about any of the Kardashians,…

  • Have Markets Become Too Negative On Oil?

    Published 06 January 2019 | viewed 9,213 times

    Sustained market moves such as we have seen in stocks and oil over the last few months are never the result of one piece of…

  • Lessons From The Oil Markets In 2018

    Published 23 December 2018 | viewed 11,587 times

    Looking back over a period as long as a year may, to many traders, seem like a pointless exercise. One of the psychological traits needed…

  • Should Investors Rethink Long-Term Investing In Fossil Fuels?

    Published 16 December 2018 | viewed 7,479 times

    I have been lucky enough in my life to have lived and worked in multiple countries around the world. That taught me many things, but…

  • Bottom Fishing For Oil Stocks? Stick To The U.S.

    Published 09 December 2018 | viewed 15,494 times

    Making any assumption about the price of oil right now is risky, or some might even say crazy. Still, with WTI having found at least…

  • Oil Output Cuts May Be Coming But Don’t Bet on It

    Published 01 December 2018 | viewed 23,280 times

    As I write, the world’s leaders are meeting at the G20 summit in Argentina. There are, as always, lots of story lines surrounding the meeting,…

  • A Unique Play In Solar

    Published 25 November 2018 | viewed 14,674 times

    Usually, when a stock has jumped around fifty percent in five months and twenty percent in just the last week or so, I am looking…

  • How To Play A Recovery In Oil Prices?

    Published 17 November 2018 | viewed 27,220 times

    “Feel” is a concept that, in analysis at least, doesn’t get the respect it deserves. We are all supposed to have only logical, analytical reasons…

  • Is It Time To Go Long On Crude?

    Published 11 November 2018 | viewed 17,818 times

    Last week, I wrote that I expected a bounce in crude before long, and as WTI has continued to fall the trolls have had a…

  • Oil Looks Set For A Rapid Bounce

    Published 04 November 2018 | viewed 70,165 times

    WTI has recently experienced one of its biggest one-month declines in several years, having lost around eighteen percent since hitting a multi-year high of $76.90…

  • Correction In Oil Creates An Opportunity For Investors

    Published 27 October 2018 | viewed 19,914 times

    Out of context, it seems slightly ridiculous, but many trading decisions come down to what I refer to as the “magic number” theory. Whether said…

  • A Recent, Weak IPO That Creates An Opportunity For Investors

    Published 21 October 2018 | viewed 8,181 times

    Traders and investors know better than most that timing is everything. What defines the success or failure of a trade is usually not necessarily where…

  • Should Energy Investors Be Worried By The Fed’s Latest Move?

    Published 06 October 2018 | viewed 12,860 times

    Just in case you didn’t notice, stocks lost ground yesterday, and the reason du jour was a surge in interest rates. The yield on the…

  • Don’t Count On The Usual Tesla Bounce This Time

    Published 28 September 2018 | viewed 6,193 times

    I have written occasionally here about Tesla (TSLA). While the relationship to the energy market and sector is a tenuous one, it is a fascinating…

  • The OPEC Meeting And How To Position For It (Hint: Don’t)

    Published 21 September 2018 | viewed 6,831 times

    OPEC meetings, or more recently the meetings of “OPEC and friends”, are always big news in the energy sector. The price of oil is the…

  • The Oil Sector Opportunity That Can’t Be Ignored

    Published 14 September 2018 | viewed 20,699 times

    If you’ll forgive the pun, oilfield service stocks are a well to which I have returned a couple of times this year, and with results…

  • This Oil Major Comes At A Discount

    Published 07 September 2018 | viewed 5,150 times

    Regular readers will know that I can be a little contrarian at times. That is not necessarily the result of being curmudgeonly, although if you…

  • Energy Factors Point To A Contrarian Trade In Railroad Stocks

    Published 31 August 2018 | viewed 4,278 times

    Contrarian trading, taking positions in opposition to prevailing trends and sentiment, can be addicting and, like most addictions, can also be dangerous. One should always…

  • Policy Change Creates An Opportunity In This Energy Market

    Published 24 August 2018 | viewed 5,053 times

    I have said before and I’ll say it again, despite Donald Trump’s best efforts the coal industry in this country is in long-term, probably terminal…

  • How To Trade The Turkish Crisis

    Published 17 August 2018 | viewed 6,806 times

    Financial markets reacting negatively to a seemingly obscure or remote risk was commonplace not that long ago. Whether it was a slightly disappointing Chinese growth…

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