From the high of $147 a barrel in 2008 -- to the low of $32 in 2009; from the high of $107 in 2014 -- to the 2016 low of $26 a barrel, crude oil has been on a wild ride. The swings have investors glued to their screens, and not just investors -- after all, oil prices determine how much you pay at the pump and the grocery store. Well, see if these free resources help you tame this "wild Bronco."
Crude Oil is one of the most volatile markets on the planet. Find out what Jeffrey Kennedy, EWI's expert commodity analyst, called for at the beginning of 2016 and see how that forecast turned out.
The market sentiment we described in January anticipated the recent 10 percent move in crude oil -- as did the Elliott Wave pattern.
It finally happened. On March 8, crude oil prices fell more than 5%. See why this explosive price action had been in the works for weeks -- and why it had little to do with supply and demand factors.
Natural Gas - 3 degrees of trend for 2 months. "What's Next" for the U.S. Dollar Index. And, "Who's Excited" about consumer credit? See and hear about these topics and more, in our March preview of Global Market Perspective.
Watch this new interview with Steve Craig, the editor of our Energy Pro Service, and see why the recent choppy, sideways moves in crude oil are "classic behavior" that should lead to an explosive outcome.
Since soaring to a two-year high in late December, natural gas prices have sweated 35% in value. According to the experts, a record warm winter is to blame for the meltdown. See our charts and decide for yourself.