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."
In barely 9 weeks, crude oil fell nearly 70 percent. Yet, at the January high, sentiment expected higher prices. Now see the contrary-to-sentiment forecast that had subscribers ready for exactly what unfolded before crude collapsed.
Oil... Gas... ETFs... What'll Be Your Next "Homerun" Trade?
Energy can be volatile -- and that's a good thing! Volatility means opportunity. Let new intraday and daily Energy Pro Service forecasts be your guide to the next major energy move.