Rising demand and falling demand are cutting the price of oil and oil-based products.
A close above $106 would give the bulls the upper hand once again.
Steel and iron stocks could make interesting speculative plays.
Let me correct your thinking on this.
Wait for the breakout.
Technical indications are that this won't last.
This is just the beginning of deregulation, and it is clearly political.
This oil play's prospects are much more tantalizing than other 'plain' E&Ps.
These stocks are indicating a change in direction.
Volume-driven indicators suggest the bulls aren't ready to run just yet.


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