Supply chain snarls could exacerbate inflation and lead to slower economic growth, which would reduce demand for commodities such as oil and copper.
Place a percentage on the likelihood of recession? It sounds more like someone trying harder to not get it wrong than trying to get it right.
Two names look like they have more upside potential than a futures contract. Here's what I'd wait for.
It's a suitable time to focus on low and limited-risk speculative plays. Let's take a look at the yen and cattle futures.
Pressure on fertilizer supplies due to sanctions against Russia because of the war in Ukraine makes the potash producer a star performer in a down market.
Prices for real assets -- including crude oil and manure -- are rising; here's how I plan to benefit, and how you can, too.
Here's what traders who are experienced with wide-swinging stocks could do.
Past SPR releases have proved quite futile in cooling oil price strength.
Perhaps the greatest appeal of this market is its lack of ties to the Russian/Ukraine conflict.
The situation is unlikely to get any better in the months ahead.