2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: CF, YPF

The bears arrived on Wall Street with little warning and dragged the S&P 500 Index down almost 8% in just one month after the benchmark peaked on September 19th before finding a bottom in mid-October. Since 10/15, major equity indexes have rebounded sharply, with the S&P 500 gaining over 3% in just one week, perhaps signaling that the recent round of profit taking might be over as we head into the final stretch of 2014 [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Sell on the Next Pop: MT, RIG

The bulls have returned to the driver’s seat at home as evidenced by the S&P 500′s steep rebound following the short-lived pullback that was sparked on the last trading day of July. Easing tensions between Russia and Ukraine and a (temporary) ceasefire in Gaza welcomed back buyers on Wall Street after the S&P 500 managed to sink about 4% in just two weeks [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Energy Stocks to Buy on the Dip: NOV, ETE

The bears have finally arrived on Wall Street. Much to the bulls’ frustration, selling pressures have managed to return with full force amid all-time highs for major equity indexes. Growing fears of an earlier-than-expected rate hike on the home front has prompted a market-wide sell off that doesn’t appear to be over just quite yet [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: POT, EQT

Major equity indexes have continued their seemingly perpetual ascent, although the last few legs higher have been accompanied by an uptick in volatility. The recent choppiness in the market amid all-time highs has yet again prompted countless pundits to forecast that a steep correction is just around the corner [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: CVX, VLO

Major equity indexes climbed higher last week week and kicked this week off on strong footing thanks to upbeat new home sales data and a lack of “bad surprises” from the latest FOMC minutes release. Overseas, tensions between Ukraine and Russia are heating up again following presidential elections as well as a firefight over Donetsk airport [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: CCJ, MEOH

Major equity indexes climbed higher this past week thanks to some encouraging economic data releases at home. Investors welcomed a 3.4% improvement in pending home sales over the past month, better-than-expected ADP employment data on Wednesday, and upbeat ISM manufacturing data on Thursday. Overseas, tensions between Ukraine and Russia remain at center stage, and as such, the lack of major developments left the doors open for buyers [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Sell on the Next Pop: COP, ROSE

Bullish euphoria continues to permeate Wall Street as evidenced by the S&P 500′s seemingly perpetual ascent into previously uncharted territory. Economic data remains mixed however and investors are finding it harder and harder to blame the slowdown on the nasty winter weather, which is why U.S. equity benchmarks have largely traded sideways following the most recent employment report from March 7th [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: CF, MT

Major equity indexes have managed to claw their way back up to where they were prior to the broad-based correction seen on Wall Street at the end of last month. In fact, the NASDAQ-100 has even managed to post fresh highs, whereas the Dow Jones Industrial Average still has room to run before it hits previous resistance levels. Amid the bullish price action, however, economic data remains suppressed by the harsh weather conditions at home, which have dragged on retail sales as well as the labor market recovery [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Sell on the Next Pop: MOS, POT

Major U.S. equity indexes have managed to snap the losing streak that plagued markets since the New Year and February is off to a very green start. Upbeat corporate earnings have helped fuel the rebound on Wall Street while a relatively quiet political front has also helped to bring back certainty. Last month’s employment report was a mixed bag, and although investors reacted positively in light of  “oversold” conditions at the time, the next labor market data release will likely be scrutinized more heavily as investors look for clues surrounding the Fed’s next move [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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2 Commodity Stocks to Buy on the Dip: PXD, HAL

The bears finally got their way in 2014. Rampant selling pressures have rattled investors’ confidence on Wall Street amid sluggish data releases on both sides of the Atlantic, coupled with fiscal and political instability in emerging markets, which has raised worries over the possibility of contagion. With earnings season still well underway at home, major equity indexes have paved a rocky start to 2014, prompting bearish pundits to cite the coveted January barometer as an omen of more downside to come [for more commodity futures news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter].

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