Commodities

  1. The Real Estate of Oil

    When it comes to real estate, it is location, location, location - and a location ...
  2. Understanding Benchmark Oils: Brent Blend, WTI ...

    Most crude oil prices worldwide are pegged to the influential Brent, WTI or Dubai/Oman ...
  3. The Top Technical Indicators For Commodities ...

    Traders can use "the usual suspects" (standard indicators for trend trading) when ...
  4. The Difference Between Oil Services And Refiners

    Oil service companies and refiners both play an important role in the oil industry, ...
  5. All About Liquid Commodities

    You might hear 'liquid commodities' and think of an auction, but they're actually ...
  6. The Economics of Oil Extraction

    The overall economics of oil extraction is that there is money in it - both for extraction ...
  1. Traders Fight To Push Corn Prices Higher

    With corn down some 60% since its 2012 high, a recent bounce higher was welcome. ...
  2. Is Natural Gas About to Tank?

    Despite a recent bounce in the price of some commodities, traders should remain cautious ...
  3. How To Trade Rising Livestock Prices

    Given selling pressure across the commodities markets, defensive investors will likely ...
  4. Gold's Next Move Is Lower

    Bearish traders have started shorting gold now that is has fallen below $1,180. Where ...
  5. Has Copper’s Time Come?

    Copper hasn’t had much shine over the last few years, but recent data is supporting ...
  6. Coffee Continues To Shine In The Commodities ...

    The coffee market has seen recent selling pressure that has sent the spot price of ...
  1. The New York Stock Exchange

    Top ETFs And What They Track: A Tutorial

    This Investopedia tutorial provides an introduction to the leading exchange-traded ...
  2. Guide To Oil And Gas Plays In North America

    Oil and gas shales in North America have been known for decades, but most investors ...
  3. Commodities Outlook For The Remainder Of 2012

    In examining the possibilities for commodities in the second half of 2012, the situation ...
  4. Commodity Investing 101

    From the orange juice we drink to the gas we use to power our vehicles and heat our ...
  1. How do you compare the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the Toronto Stock ...

    See how the Dow Jones Industrial Average and TSX Composite move according to factors in their respective countries and from ...
  2. Is there ever a bad time to invest in gold?

    Gold has been a stellar performer so far in this millennium, having racked up 11 straight years of gains since 2000 and appreciating ...
  3. What is the difference between an options contract and a futures contract?

    Both futures and options trading are considered advanced forms of market trading, and require additional training or the ...
  4. How are oil reserves accounted for on an oil company's balance sheet?

    Oil reserves are estimated quantities of crude oil that have a high degree of certainty, usually 90%, of existence and exploitability. ...
  1. 5 Metals That May Be Brighter Than Gold

    Many metals could be better investments than gold because they're more versatile ...
  2. Top 10 Green Industries

    Put a little green in your wallet by investing in these growing areas.
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