Monthly Archives: December 2014

WTI and Brent 3-Year chart

WTI trying to hold 55. Brent trying to hold 60

WTI and Brent 3-Year chart showing the intermediate downtrend

Some points from the above chart for WTI and Brent:

  • Intermediate trend is down for above grades
  • WTI attemping to hold 55
  • Brent attempting to hold 60
  • Differential is now only $4.47

Opec leader vows not to cut oil output even if price hits $20……………

In the MEES interview, Mr Naimi said Saudi Arabia and other Gulf oil producers would be able to withstand a long period of low crude prices, largely because their production costs were so low — at only about $4-$5 a barrel.

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“It is all about probabilities”

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TSX Index YTD sector performance

If you were weighted to consumer staples in 2014? Enjoy!

TSX Index YTD sector performance

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“It is all about probabilities”

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TSX Index % of stocks above 200-Day Moving Average

61.2% of TSX stocks below 200-Day moving average

TSX Index % of stocks above 200-Day moving average

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“It is all about probabilities”

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Brent crude daily chart

Brent is still searching for a bottom!
Brent crude daily chart

Brent Crude Daily Chart

Reference the last chart analysis for Brent.

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“It is all about probabilities”

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TSX Index chart analysis

A 2.54% pop today on the daily chart for the TSX Index
Daily candlestick for the TSX Index

TSX Index Daily Candlestick Chart

Tall shaven head candlestick on heavy volume bodes well for the TSX Index. But, there will have to be follow-through. And the major reason for the drop in the TSX Index was the precipitous drop in crude oil as represented by Brent, West Texas Intermediate and Western Canadian Select. But, crude oil is still trying to find a bottom.

Reference the last chart analysis for the TSX Index showing the support zone.

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And the view from the weekly chart for the TSX Index
TSX Index weekly chart showing the near-term uptrend

TSX Index 3-Year Weekly Chart

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“It is all about probabilities”

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Canadian dollar chart showing the major downtrend

Will the Canadian Dollar test $0.8400 by year-end? Maybe!
Weekly chart for the Canadian Dollar showing the major downtrend

Canadian Dollar 3-Year Weekly Chart

Major trend, intermediate trend and near-term trend are all down.

Reference my analysis from March 21, 2014 and the follow excerpt:

On the long-term chart (not shown) there are support levels at $0.8600 and $0.8400. Yes, there is a high probability we could see the Canadian dollar test the $0.8400 level before the end of the year.

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“It is all about probabilities”

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