The idea of paying $37 for someone to take a barrel has a lot to do with the malfunctioning of the way oil trades.
You should start thinking now about inflation and what the recovery will look like to figure out how to invest wisely.
Monday's crash in May oil futures can be categorized as fake news, as what happened in crude isn't much different than what we've seen in other industries.
Investors need to focus on the long-term prices of oil, as well as the near-term, to make their investment decisions.
The price of corn and sugar has declined to what have been long-term value zones prone to triggering sharp rallies.
The world's 4th largest population has under 2,000 confirmed coronavirus cases. Yet the Indonesian rupiah has breached 16,000, a level not seen since the Asian financial crisis over 20 years ago.
Where there is pain there is also opportunity.
Have stories about today's prices and not tomorrow's supply/demand possibilities set the stage for a rebound?
The excess inventory in oil will dry up, and the market will be forever changed. It is harsh in the short term, but could ultimately be beneficial.
Both the spot price and the price of physical silver have soared in recent days, though the spread between the two has not narrowed but rather widened.