Traders Need Action, Big Market Correction Coming?

Dollar Remains Weak

The weekend is over and it’s back to work, but someone forgot to tell the markets as they continue to trade as though they are closed. The lack of volatility and volume are typical this time of year, but it tends to destroy the patience and discipline of traders...

Market Action Consistent with a Bubble

Dollar Disaster

Bubba is back from the weekend and ready to talk markets. Looking at these goofy markets, we see complacency is at record levels, and it appears the world is content with no growth. All of the recent action is consistent with a bubble, it doesn’t have to pop today, but bet your sweet potatoes it will pop...

Markets Slow and Painful for Traders

The Bears Have Given Up

Bubba is back from the weekend and firing on all cylinders as he talks about the fleecing of America. The political system is a joke and members of the house and the senate will never get anything done because it doesn’t have a direct effect on them. The markets continue to go higher and the calls are that this time is different. Matt Demeter makes his weekly visit to discuss commodities...

Oil Could Go Below $40

Bonds Look to Break Down

Bubba talks a little about the Trump Jr. news bomb that dropped on Tuesday and the way the markets immediately recovered and went back to normal trading. The tops are in, according to Bubba, as he goes over the main indexes that he trades and assigns short and long-term levels...

By | July, 12, 2017|Categories: Podcasts, The Bubba Show|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Danielle DiMartino Booth

The question on so many oil producers’ minds is whether they can take central bankers’ banking on slumping oil prices as ‘transitory’ to the bank. Is stabilization in the cards after the six-month rout in prices? Oil exporting countries sure would like to know as would investors inclined to own junk bonds...

Commodities Under Heavy Pressure

Markets Going Nowhere Without Volatility

The weekend is over, but the markets do not care, as they continue to churn in a range with no volatility and no interest. The markets are in the torture cycle, making trading tough for everyone. The healthcare bill is still lost in congress, along with growth and tax cuts...

Oil Plummets OPEC Screwed

Oil Slump

Crude plunged into a bear market on Tuesday, sinking another 2.2% to settle at a nine-month low of $43.23 a barrel. The sell-off leaves oil down 22% from early January, eclipsing the 20% needed to qualify for a bear market. The big fear gripping the energy markets is that the world continues to have too much oil...

By | June, 21, 2017|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments