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Notes From Underground: To Russia With Love (Or Blinken Blinked)

Yra Harris
May 24, 2021

Ten days ago, we published a blog post titled, “Sanctions Are Sanctimonious.” And lo and behold, this past week the U.S. moved to remove sanctions on the completion of the NORDSTREAM 2 pipeline, allowing Russian gas to flow freely and... more

Market Summary: May 23, 2021

Thomas Finlon
May 24, 2021

Petroleum prices experienced their largest weekly drop since March, falling for the first week in four primarily due to the emerging view that Iranian supplies will increase amid reports of progress in diplomatic discussions in Vienna that may... more

What's New in CQG Desktop Version 6.4

Marcus Kwan
May 17, 2021
General New scrolling ticker quoteboard
Your browser does not support the video tag. Double-click on Bid/Ask in QSS will open the trading popup; buy on bid, sell on ask. Expanded timezone browser support in more locales to accommodate 24hr... more

Notes From Underground: Is the Fed In a War?

Yra Harris
May 17, 2021

I pose this question as a challenge to all of those traders and investors, and a call to action. There is so much discussion about the onset of inflation but do the inflationists have the fortitude to attack the FED where it hurts: the... more

Market Summary: May 16, 2021

Thomas Finlon
May 17, 2021

Petroleum prices increased for a third consecutive week. The Colonial Pipeline reopened after six days of closure due to a cyberattack from eastern European hackers that disrupted flows of refined product in all three PADD districts affected by... more

The Roundtable Insight – Dr. Marc Faber and Yra Harris on the Economy, Geo Political Risks and Investing

May 12, 2021

Presented by Financial Repression Authority.

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Notes From Underground: SIN or WIN, It’s a Generational Thing

Yra Harris
May 12, 2021

In 1976, when I was beginning my long march toward acquiring knowledge to analyze markets Gerald Ford was running for reelection. Inflation was gaining strength so the FORD campaign was bent on making America believe that he had the... more

Market Summary: May 9, 2021

Thomas Finlon
May 10, 2021

Petroleum prices increased for a second consecutive week as Brent neared $70 per barrel midweek. The largest weekly decline in US Crude inventories in over a year, a weakening dollar, strong economic data from China and easing summer travel... more

Notes From Underground: Sanctions Are Sanctimonious

Yra Harris
May 03, 2021

In today’s world of DOLLAR domination it is easy for the U.S. Treasury — under the guidance of the president — to place sanctions on many different global actors as they strive to use the conduit of SWIFT and other banking... more

Market Summary: May 2, 2021

Thomas Finlon
May 03, 2021

Petroleum prices reached six-week highs as total commercial petroleum inventories fell by 1.6 MB despite US refinery utilization rates reaching 13-month highs. Prices did ease slightly on Friday largely due to profit-taking linked to the US... more