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Russian Oil Boycott Fails

By admin / June 15, 2022

The West thought they’d cripple Russia’s economy when they stopped buying Russian oil. Gas prices in the West are on the rise and at unsustainable levels. Meanwhile, Putin is having the last laugh as he is now selling more oil at a higher price point. In April, Russian oil exports rose by 620,000 b/d to […]

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Poland Rejects EU Demand for Zero CO2 Emissions

By admin / October 21, 2019

Poland has rejected the climate change demands from Brussels. Piotr Naimski, Poland’s chief strategic energy adviser, said energy security is a higher priority than sticking to EU emission goals. In an act of defiance, he said it was “not possible and not feasible” for Warsaw to meet the EU target of net-zero carbon emissions by […]

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BP Forced to Sell Assets to Appease the European Climate Hysteria

By admin / September 19, 2019

COMMENT: This morning blog question. I concur with ROM. Here’s a perfect example. BP has just sold all its oil and gas assets in Alaska to cut its carbon footprint in order to be consistent with the Paris Accord. This is a needless sale of assets caused by an ‘Act of Extortion-The Paris Accord’ against […]

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Reversals – Energy – A Different Dimension

By admin / September 18, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Marty… I’ve been reading your blog for several years now. I’ve been trying to understand the basics about your reversal system is with no luck. Yet I’ve been trading stocks with only simple trend lines for years using basic tech A. PS I still don’t even understand how the Federal Reserve works either… […]

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Drones Attack Saudi Arabian Oil Production

By admin / September 15, 2019

Saudi Arabia has been attacked by Iran or pro-Iran forces with the target being their capacity to produce oil. Saudi Arabia has admitted that its oil and gas production following drone attacks on two major oil facilities run by state-owned company Aramco will be reduced by as much as 50%. The Energy Minister said the […]

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European Power Grid in Serious Trouble

By admin / July 5, 2019

The German power grid crashed on three separate days during June which was so critical, it required neighboring countries to come to its rescue to prevent a total blackout. The entire European power grid has been exposed as a risk. The cause of the insufficient power supply is not yet fully understood. The issue in […]

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Germany’s New Green Deal Has Failed – Energiewende

By admin / June 12, 2019

On March 11, 2011, when an earthquake-triggered tsunami damaged the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, Chancellor Merkel and her cabinet held that nuclear power in Germany had to come to an end. It was a historic event and a historic decision (see Der Spiegel). The new green deal of Merkel quickly became bogged down […]

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Trading Against the Reversals

By admin / May 20, 2019

COMMENT: So guess what. I’ve always played the gaps when one elects and it’s a decent size and it lines up with the arrays and technicals I’ll get in and sell at the touch of the next reversal after the gap. Easy. But last month for the first time I tried trading against the reversal […]

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Qatar Leaving OPEC

By admin / December 4, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You are a personal friend of the royal family of Qatar. Would you care to share your inside knowledge of Qatar leaving OPEC? KR ANSWER: Just for the record, I was a friend of Sheikh Saud bin Mohammed al-Thani who was a member of the Royal family of Qatar. We were probably the two biggest collectors […]

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