Volatility: What It Implies for Energy Markets
Crude oil, natural gas and energy ETFs in focus
by Dana Weeks
Updated: February 26, 2018
Editor's note: In Part 2 of this new interview, Steve tells you if the recent high of $66 a barrel marked a top in crude oil, plus what to make of the sharp reversal in nat gas prices. Part 2 is reserved for EWI subscribers only; learn more about our Energy Pro Service below.
Oil... Gas... ETFs... What'll Be Your Next "Homerun" Trade?
Energy can be volatile -- and that's a good thing! Volatility means opportunity. Let new intraday and daily Energy Pro Service forecasts be your guide to the next major energy move.