Many are wrong-footed about where prices are headed next.
As prices stabilize, intriguing patterns develop.
The the U.S. is one of the world's biggest winners from the price crash.
With production up and demand down, prices have cratered.
A big rally in energy stocks is bullish for the entire space.
Oil prices are finally building some momentum.
There's been an unsurprising takeover by some major shale plays.
The weekly Commitments of Traders report is useless.
Identifying the culprits and anticipating what the future holds.
Demand dynamics are forcing the Kingdom more toward refining.

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