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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby SHARK » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:44 am

Will BRENT OIL hit 75 RES
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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby voight » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:50 am

Brent should increase as OPEC is seeking to cut production and they have advised north americans to do the same which will drive up the WTI prices as well. Further Saudi Arabia is cutting oil exports from November so we should see a hike towards end of the year.
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Postby SHARK » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:03 am

First Target 60 and then at least 65 ... and gradual increase ....
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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby SHARK » Sat Oct 28, 2017 3:24 am

Brent 60USD Dollars a Barrel. :(
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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby Contra » Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:20 am

It is good if oil stay around $50 to benefit both producers and consumers. If oil goes above $80 and $100 like in the past there could be another crisis from Asia to Europe. Not only some countries but also many industries will struggle. Global consumer purchasing power also will go down.

Some were right by setting average price $50 a barrel in the July to September period. Their lowest call was for $40 oil, while the highest was $56. Oil bulls targeted $60 a barrel in the second-half while BMI Research said prices will likely average $55.20 from the July to December period. Currently oil has a range bound from $40 to $60.Both shale producers and OPEC want to see above $45. JBC Energy expect slightly above $50 per barrel over the next few months. Any breakdown in the OPEC deal could drop oil prices to between $30 and $35. Shale producers cannot make profit if oil stays very low below $40. We have to wait and see to find out which of the following predictors are going to become right.

Except Canada energy boards, others are not that positive on the oil prices up to 2022.

https://knoema.com/yxptpab/crude-oil-pr ... rm-to-2030
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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby SHARK » Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:53 am

we should start looking at LGL and LIOC with more interest......

a sudden spike might signal its up trend......
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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby Contra » Sat Oct 28, 2017 1:07 pm

SHARK wrote:we should start looking at LGL and LIOC with more interest......

a sudden spike might signal its up trend......


When stocks stay calm and out of favour many will not get much interest except few who have some idea about the industry. Once demand started to pick up for them, others also will join the party. Naturally stock prices will end up with more than two baggers. As traders are making good profits these days from plantation related stocks, eventually they will move into next areas. We should not forget about smart money as well. They buy and sell stocks according to a plan. We can plan and do some trading or investment. Other best option is finding out at least one multi bagger. Will LGL as a dark horse beat LIOC in the mid and long run? That is one of the areas where we find multi baggers.

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/ppL6YbQ ... agger.html

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Re: Global Energy Prices

Postby SHARK » Sat Oct 28, 2017 1:21 pm

i fully endorse your statement.

when i look at LIOC and LGL i am counting my fingers by how much the 2 will fall :D (due to nearsightedness of a few creating volatility)

so i can collect my qtys.

will be able to collect 28.50 or 27-25 ranges on lioc or LGL @20 :D

as you said people might rally behind from gains they made on other sectors and move the smart money towards out of radar stocks for the time being.

when majority come after these.... and due to rush prices will rally to new standards.

in partuclar lioc trading very low PER and which shouldnt be the case for MNGoC parent in India.

i am looking at higher PE above double digits.only time will prove (with formula finally to see light post april 2018)

with lgl i have not looked thorough though... so earnestly requesting contra/hawkeye/blue/value or other smart members in TEC to provide/share some facts/research (in-house or otherwise)
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Re: Global Energy Prices

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Re: Global Energy Prices

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Re: Global Energy Prices

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Re: Global Energy Prices

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Re: Global Energy Prices

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