Basic Materials

Oil is neutral in the charts, and the U.S. dollar chart looks bearish.
I have bought long positions in these 2 materials sector names.
Construction and materials now looks expensive, but small homebuilders still have room to run.
So-called Trump stock rally in mining and materials companies has further to go.
We want to buy American, but we also want American companies to be able to sell American.
Gold is benefiting from uncertainty about Trump's economic policies.
The downtrend from July has been broken, so the question is how long and how high this new up move may carry.
A closer look at CCJ after its Wall Street upgrade.
It looks like CF is early in its turnaround so the risk should be lower on new longs.
The EIA revised up its U.S. forecasts to 9mm barrels per day, and the Saudis announced cutbacks on sales to Asia.


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