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Here Is Why Crude Oil Prices May Not Move Higher

The investigation I have presented here about the possible similarities between the present increase in oil prices and the false price rally of March-June 2015 reinforces my sense that a return to higher oil prices is not at all straight-forward. Oil markets are a leading indicator for the broader economy because the economy runs mostly on energy and not so much on money.

Don't Expect An Oil Price Rebound This Side Of 2017

With the oil price collapse having started roughly a year ago, that means that it may take about two more years for unconventional output to actually start declining. Given that, investors need to focus on oil stocks that can get through the next two years on minimal (if any) profit, and they themselves need to be prepared to wait for a price rebound until 2017.

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