Three of the Top Small-Cap Oil Trades for 2019

Since October 2018, fear sent oil prices from $75 to $42.50. All thanks to oversupply issues, a strong U.S. dollar, and trade war fears. However, oil prices are now starting to recover. One, we could see an end to the trade war shortly. Two, the U.S. dollar is showing signs of weakness.  Three, Saudi Arabia … Continue reading “Three of the Top Small-Cap Oil Trades for 2019”

A Small Cap Opportunity on an Oil Recovery

Oil prices have been cut in half. All thanks in large part to oversupply, trade war fears, and a stronger dollar. However, according to Goldman Sachs, oil prices could swing higher. “Core-OPEC producers are adopting a shock and awe strategy, and exceeding their cut commitment,” says Goldman Sachs, as quoted by Bloomberg. “Disruptions have increased … Continue reading “A Small Cap Opportunity on an Oil Recovery”

Trade War Truce: Why Investors Should Remain Cautious

The trade war ceasefire between the U.S. and China set off quite a rally. On Monday, the Dow Jones rocketed 330 points. The NASDAQ gained 117. The S&P 500 was up as much as 33. And the small-cap Russell 2000 picked up another 10 points on the day. Even major exchanges in Hong Kong and … Continue reading “Trade War Truce: Why Investors Should Remain Cautious”