Rising demand and falling demand are cutting the price of oil and oil-based products.
This oil play's prospects are much more tantalizing than other 'plain' E&Ps.
Record number of net speculative longs, high inventories and weak demand mean oil is over-priced.
Oil is neutral in the charts, and the U.S. dollar chart looks bearish.
Oil's relative strength index provides only a neutral signal, and the U.S. dollar chart looks bearish.
This is good news for infrastructure projects.
More production will mean lower oil prices.
Base metals are giving back some of their early week gains, as oil prices rise to nearly $54.
Gold is benefiting from uncertainty about Trump's economic policies.
Aggressive traders might be interested in buying crude oil option strangles.

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