Dual forces have combined to create a world in which hydrocarbons are in short supply, which makes the price of everything else rise.
The oil market is not only about supply but it is also about demand.
If nothing else, this is a potentially interesting story.
How the Fed's Powell reacts to questions in the press conference becomes just as important if not more so than the policy decision itself.
Trends are relative to time frame, and energy traders must decide which bet to make -- and when to make it -- as I see a big swing ahead.
While oil might look good in the short term, copper should see strong long-term demand, so here's a trade in Freeport McMoRan.
Energy traders should stay nimble -- and be on guard for a bottom reversal in the week ahead.
Here's where investors can probe now.
Traders could probe the long side of CPG.
The Fed Chair and his minions are clearly misinterpreting the macro, and openly stating their intention to damage the US economy.