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on Friday, 16 November 2018 16:17

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Energy & Commodities

Nat Gas ETFs: The Hottest Game In Commodities


Posted by Todd Schriber

on Thursday, 15 November 2018 08:58

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It's no secret natural gas and the related exchange traded funds are setting a torrid pace. Led by the United States Natural Gas Fund, the de facto ETF choice for exposure to this commodity, three of the seven ETFs that hit 52-week highs Wednesday were natural gas products.

On volume that was more than 13 times the daily average, UNG soared 18.9 percent Wednesday, good for one of the best percentage gains among non-leveraged ETFs.... CLICK for complete article



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Wealth Building Strategies

New A.I. Virtual Assistant Gives Traders An Edge


Posted by ZeroHedge

on Thursday, 15 November 2018 08:53

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Three things are certain: death, taxes, and that the already thin gap between human trader and algo is narrowing ever further.

AllianceBernstein's new virtual assistant can now suggest to fixed income portfolio managers what the best bonds may be to purchase using parameters such as pricing, liquidity and risk, according to Bloomberg. The machine has numerous advantages to humans: "she" can scan millions of data points and identify potential trades in seconds. Plus she never needs to take a cigarette or a bathroom break.... CLICK for complete article



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Gold & Precious Metals

UK PM Theresa May Brings Draft Brexit Deal To Cabinet


Posted by Jayson Derrick

on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 09:40

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The U.K. and EU reportedly reached a preliminary agreement that must be ratified and approved, Bloomberg reported.

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May needs approval of her Cabinet of ministers along with a majority of members of Parliament. One of the main provisions of the agreement calls for the U.K. to remain in a customs union with the EU to avoid border checks on goods moving from EU member state Ireland and Northern Ireland, which is part of the U.K.... CLICK for complete article



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Energy & Commodities

Oil Rebounds After Biggest Daily Loss In 3 Years


Posted by Irina Slav

on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 09:37

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Crude oil prices crashed yesterday, losing 7 percent in just one day, which was the biggest daily loss in three years and today continued down in early trading as headwinds overwhelmed any bullish factors.

After a rather rocky start to Wednesday trading, oil prices managed to tick upward, with WTI trading at 2.32% by 10:14am EST. Brent had rallied 2.63% to trade at $67.19 at the time of writing, despite pressure by a vicious combination of demand outlook, oversupply concerns and a couple of other factors such as President Trump’s call on OPEC to keep production at current levels.... CLICK for complete article



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