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Direxion Daily S&P Oil&Gas Exp&Prod Bull 2X Shares

Direxion Daily S&P Oil&Gas Exp&Prod Bull 2X Shares (GUSH)

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$Green$ $Green$ 7 months ago
U.S. Warships Head to Red Sea, but Shipping Firms Remain on Edgefe

https://www.wsj.com/world/middle-east/red-sea-attacks-worry-shipping-companies-even-as-u-s-sends-warships-382cdafa?mod=RSSMSN
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$Green$ $Green$ 7 months ago
I have January calls cmon squeeeeeze
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$Green$ $Green$ 7 months ago
Got Dec calls here, looking for a short squeeze on oil
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boo boo boo boo 1 year ago
My apologies to the board. This is not your typical penny stock, so I know no interest here. Anyway, for anybody following oil:

NOPEC
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boo boo boo boo 1 year ago
Out at $107. Looking for reentry.
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boo boo boo boo 1 year ago
I'm up 3 bones!
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boo boo boo boo 1 year ago
Excess at the open.
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boo boo boo boo 2 years ago
Gap Fill?
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Dragonfart Dragonfart 2 years ago
This will be at $300 in a few months
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Dragonfart Dragonfart 2 years ago
This is ready to go back up
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jablome jablome 2 years ago
this_is_why_they_were_kicked_off the "swift" system.. so they can bring forth

get your 5G "squarewave" app's ready

gonna take a row boat to Antartica on a one way trip. rather die in the "Drake" than be around all these "posers"

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jablome jablome 2 years ago
na quit drinking the koolaid bra, its to get the "slaves" to know "cashless"
its about china,india russia being cashless already..

digital ruble
https://www.cbr.ru/eng/analytics/d_ok/dig_ruble/


and America's Fednow payment..
https://www.frbservices.org/financial-services/fednowall about ONE world "kurrency"..

in the Hand or Forehead bible says
stock ticker "YOU" is the system they will use

wallet passthrough
CGI grouphttps://investorshub.advfn.com/CGI-Group-Inc-USA-GIB-23362
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BottomBounce BottomBounce 2 years ago
Russia Could Use Cryptocurrency to Blunt the Force of U.S. Sanctions
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/23/business/russia-sanctions-cryptocurrency.html $GUSH
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BottomBounce BottomBounce 2 years ago
Russia considers accepting Bitcoin for oil and gas
https://bbc.com/news/business-60870100 $GUSH
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jablome jablome 2 years ago
this weeks gas leases not going to happen
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BottomBounce BottomBounce 2 years ago
$GUSH U.S. oil futures log first weekly losses in 8 weeks
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-oil-futures-log-first-weekly-losses-in-8-weeks-2022-06-17
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jablome jablome 2 years ago
got two more at 1.60
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jablome jablome 2 years ago
funny how the world governments have already bought "monkey pox' vac. over 2 months ago... 21 days isolation this time not 14...
im not worried again jus like Cov1d..
this time though we all know we didn't come from monkeys, so not to worry
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jablome jablome 2 years ago
buyn puts at 45$, jan'23 exp at $2.40
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Iranian crude exports rise above 1 million bpd - trackers
Nuclear talks resumed this week

Rueters

China takes the bulk of Iran's exported crude

LONDON, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Iranian oil exports have risen to more than 1 million barrels per day for the first time in almost three years, based on estimates from companies that track the flows, reflecting increased shipments to China.

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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Another push to $100.00
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Projected top

CRUDE $110.00
GOLD $2,100

REALITY TOP

CRUDE $90.00
GOLD $1,900

What to do now?

Sell long position GPLD

Buy short position CRUDE
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Topped out at $90.00?????????????????????

Crude Oil Apr 22 (CL=F)
91.94 -0.87 (-0.94%)
At close: February 25 04:59PM EST
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
DATE CRUDE DRIP NRGD
2/18 100.54
2/24 99.38 3.89 3.38
2/24 94.10 3.83 3.71
2/25 93.50 3.83 3.71
2/25 92.40 3.85 3.75
2/25 91.73
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
NRGD 10% move in less than 2 days.
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
02/25/2022 Buy 50 Shares of NRGD Limit at $3.79 (Day) Filled at $3.78
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$Green$ $Green$ 2 years ago
Hey, not bad!
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
WTI Crude (Apr'22)
@CL.1:New York Mercantile Exchange
WATCHLIST
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*Data is delayed | USD
Last | 3:25 AM EST
94.52
quote price arrow up+1.71 (+1.8425%)
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
IN

NRGD

$3.38
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
CRUDE acting toppy. High $92.00
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$Green$ $Green$ 2 years ago
Sounds like a good plan!
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
CRUDE will possibly find $100

at which point 1/3 of funds hits URGD and DRIP.

If it hits $105 then the 2nd 1/3 is invested.

Finally, the outside chance is $110. The last NRGD and DRIP bought.

If crude hits $115 I eat my hat.

IMO
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
While GOLD heads to $2,100, CRUDE is confused. It is already overextended.

If there ever is a hint from OPEC that they are cutting (notice how quiet they are) $90 to $70 in a shot.

I am accumulating $90 $100 $110 (Not $120). The primary reason is not to own LONG, but NRGD to $65. HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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$Green$ $Green$ 2 years ago
Could be!
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
$2,100 GOLD IMO
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$Green$ $Green$ 2 years ago
Yes the Gold buying started before the Ukraine stuff and I believe is a sign of the recessionary trade hedge being put on by lots of folks
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
WHAT IS PUTIN'S PLAN???????????????????????????????????????
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Picked up more GDXU.
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
GOLD has a mind of its own beyond Putin. The world will not stand for $100 CRUDE for long.

You mentioned DEMAND. I think it is about OPEC and opening the spigot.

Now OPEC has an excuse for high CRUDE pricing.
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
Nice, good call! I just bought DRIP today, maybe I am too early. I do like your prediction.

A little early ... perhaps

I own 300 shares of GDXU and 50 shares of NRGD

IMO
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$Green$ $Green$ 2 years ago
Nice, good call! I just bought DRIP today, maybe I am to early. I do like your prediction
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JohnCM JohnCM 2 years ago
I am super excited about oil.

I made a prediction that Ukraine would blow over in 3 weeks.

CRUDE heads to 90, 100 and finally 110.

In 3 weeks the 110 is super precarious.

CRUDE will return to where it should be $65.00.

The $110 to $65 drop will make you a TON of CASH.

I will be using NRGD.
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tw0122 tw0122 3 years ago
Volatility and Commodity trades run by the Fed crew.
Puppets are puppets the unofficial ruler of the US is Fed Chair King Powell. He who prints the money in any nation is the ruler all else are getting their strings pulled.
New York Fed has access to the money printer and it’s disciples are its owners JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citibank.
JP Morgan just pays the fines to commit more market manipulation crimes as a New York Fed disciple



The rigging of the markets by criminal JP Morgan never seizes. JP Morgan Fined Again For Metals Manipulation
Andrew Lane | Nov 22, 2021 02:26AM ET

Recent news has shown that JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) was recently fined $60 million for spoofing the precious metals sector. This comes less than two months after they were fined $15.7 million for spoofing treasury futures and options. Both counts were for activities between 2008 – 2016.
On both occasions, JP Morgan agreed to pay the fine but admitted to no wrongdoing. If they admit no wrongdoing, why are they paying the fine? It’s tantamount to an admission of guilt.
Less than a year ago, JP Morgan was fined $1 billion for similar spoofing activities. For those that aren’t aware, spoofing is an illegal activity that involves placing massive positions on the markets with no intention of executing the trades and then removing them all at the last minute.
These positions show up to traders across the globe who, in turn, think the market direction is going to change and open positions themselves. In the precious metals sector, we have seen spoofing taking place for years, pushing the price to the downside, so big organizations can accumulate physical cheap.
So why is JP Morgan, whose assets total nearly $4 trillion worldwide, allowed to get away with this?
The fines that have been dished out are nowhere near proportional to the proceeds of the crime, so there is little incentive for them to stop. We know eight big commercial banks have substantial short positions in silver, and when they see this “slap on the wrist” style of punishment, it will do little to deter them. It may do the opposite.
If they were to receive the same punishment as an individual, they would be banned from trading the sector. It is as simple as that.
Every day for the last two weeks, silver has gapped lower at the open, only for it to be bought straight back up again within the first 30 minutes of trading: the classic paper dump and buyback. One can only assume there are a lot of organizations gradually reducing unallocated paper shorts in this market before year-end and rule change.
One would also hope that the NSFR from Jan. 1, 2022, in London will bring historic manipulation in this market to an end. Wishful thinking, perhaps.
Andrew Lane
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Andrew Lane

It doesn't matter to them. Simply a cost of doing business.

Just like companies that dump chemicals into the ocean and get fined time and time again for doing it. It is more cost effective to dump in the ocean and pay the fine, than disposing of the chemicals properly.

Same in the silver markets. And the manipulation is also funded in part by the treasury. This manipulation is deeply rooted. And will continue........
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mcgbyron mcgbyron 3 years ago
Holy “shot” this price of Crude has nothing on Obama’s goal. Biden is going to send the shit to the moon. ( and not in a good way).

“HEY ZEUS”.

This is fucked up.

Well fellas, the writing is on the wall, time to embrace the suck that is coming.
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tw0122 tw0122 3 years ago
Crude Oil on it way to $180 in 2022.
Supply looks like purposely being constrained by the Big Bank network and New York Fed desk traders punching this up on their keyboards continues to make this a buy!!!buy!!!
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tw0122 tw0122 3 years ago
With JP Morgan and other banks having a monopoly on pricing this is good making money loot here:

Someone Is Buying Up Power Plants and Critical Infrastructure in 22 Countries. The Trail Leads to JPMorgan – a Bank Repeatedly Charged with Rigging Markets
By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: July 15, 2021 ~

According to the Merger and Acquisition database at PitchBook, entities tied to JPMorgan Asset Management have been buying up energy and infrastructure assets around the world including solar power plants, wind farms,  airports, water companies and the 120-year old El Paso Electric which provides electricity to approximately 437,000 retail and wholesale customers in west Texas and southern New Mexico.

The acquisitions can be traced back to an entity called the Infrastructure Investments Fund (IIF). When IIF is seeking regulatory approval, as in the case of buying El Paso Electric, it contends it is not controlled by JPMorgan. But when JPMorgan is pitching the fund to institutional investors around the globe, the bank points out that 50 of the bank’s employees are actively engaged in the fund – along with “70 independent portfolio company directors.”

The brochures (flipbooks) for IIF are marked “Strictly Private/Confidential” but one dated 2019 used to pitch California’s Mendocino County Employees Retirement Association and another from 2020 that was used to pitch a pension fund in the U.K., are available for anyone to read on the Internet.

The 2019 flipbook states that IIF was founded in 2006 and “grew out of the JPMorgan Real Estate Group.” At that time, according to the flipbook, IIF included $6.1 billion in 15 portfolio companies in 15 countries. The 2020 flipbook states that IIF has 17 portfolio companies in 22 countries with a net asset value of $12.4 billion.

The 2019 flipbook also shows that foreign investors owned 73 percent of the fund. Foreign ownership interest became a problem in 2019 when the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) had to approve IIF’s purchase of El Paso Electric, which owned part of the Palo Verde nuclear power plant in Arizona. Under federal law, nuclear power plants are to remain under the control of U.S. entities. The NRC approved the El Paso deal despite the foreign ownership interests.

According to IIF’s flipbook, companies in which IIF held a 100 percent control include Värmevärden, a heating company based in central Sweden; Summit Utilities, which owns natural gas distribution and transmission subsidiaries that operate in Arkansas, Colorado, Maine, Missouri and Oklahoma; SouthWest Water Company, which owns and operates regulated water and wastewater systems serving over half a million residential and business customers in Alabama, California, Florida, Oregon, South Carolina, and Texas. According to PitchBook, a subsidiary of SouthWest Water Company, via JPMorgan Asset Management, last year acquired the South Carolina wastewater utility operations of Ni Pacolet Milliken Utilities (Ni) from Pacolet Milliken, LLC. Ni owns regulated wastewater and water utility companies serving customers in South Carolina and Florida. Ni’s holdings include Palmetto Utilities, Palmetto Wastewater Reclamation, and Ni Florida.

IIF’s 2020 flipbook for investors brags about the monopolistic aspects of its portfolio companies, writing that: “Essential services that often operate on a monopolistic basis either by regulatory structure or long-term contract, which drives visibility into strong EBITDA [earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization] margins & cash yield.”

IIF also has 66.1 percent control of North Queensland Airports (NQA) in Australia, which currently owns and operates Cairns and Mackay Airports, which service approximately five million passengers each year. IIF also owns Nieuport Aviation which owns and operates the Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto, Canada, which services 2.8 million passengers according to its website.

IIF’s 2020 flipbook says that it has control of 100 percent of the power being generated by Sonnedix Power Holdings, which owns solar plants, and Ventient Energy, a portfolio of wind farms.

The Sonnedix website indicates that it “currently has over 300 power plants in operation, construction or the initial stages of planning in 8 countries.”

On April 1 of this year, elEconomista reported the following regarding Sonnedix:

“Sonnedix, the renewable arm of JP Morgan’s institutional investors, has just closed the acquisition of a 5.1MW solar photovoltaic portfolio from Diversis Energía and the Enerpal Group.

“The portfolio is made up of two photovoltaic plants on land, located in Spain. Both facilities are remunerated under the Spanish regulatory regime and have been in operation since 2008 and 2006 respectively.

“Sonnedix currently has 4GW of total capacity controlled through eight countries. In Spain, the company has 138 projects in operation, with a total capacity of 361MW.”

In 2016, Reuters reported that JPMorgan Asset Management, not IIF, “has acquired nearly all of solar power developer Sonnedix Group.”

IIF’s purchase of Ventient Energy is raising eyebrows in Europe. According to Ventient Energy’s website, it “currently owns and operates onshore wind farms in Belgium, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, and the UK, with a total installed capacity of 2.5GW.”

In November of last year, The National newspaper in Scotland reported that Ventient “has come under attack for allegedly avoiding millions of pounds of tax by being owned in the Cayman Islands.”

The newspaper described Ventient’s corporate structure as being “a subsidiary of a company registered in Luxembourg. That company is in turn owned by a firm in the Caymans…” noting further that “Luxembourg and the Caymans are both legally used as tax havens to help reduce the amount of money companies have to pay to governments – and to keep finances secret.”

While federal regulators are looking the other way at these deals, the job of blowing the whistle, as usual, is left to a nonprofit watchdog. Tyson Slocum, Energy Program Director at the public interest group, Public Citizen, filed a complaint last August with FERC. The complaint makes the following charges:

“J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. created IIF as an off-the-books private equity division one year after committing to the Federal Reserve that it would not ‘acquire or operate’ power plants. Prior to J.P. Morgan creating IIF in 2006, J.P. Morgan submitted a Notice to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on July 21, 2005, where J.P. Morgan explicitly pledged to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve that: ‘JPM Chase commits to the Board that it will not acquire or operate facilities in the United States for the extraction, transportation, storage or distribution of commodities.’

“One year after making this pledge to the Federal Reserve, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. created a new lightly-regulated private equity arm of the bank’s asset management division and legally called it J.P. Morgan IIF.”

Public Citizen’s complaint notes further:

“…J.P. Morgan designed IIF’s weak corporate controls to maximize the bank’s ability to direct and manage all of IIF’s operations and investments. To deflect regulator’s curiosity of upstream control by J.P. Morgan, the bank designed a false ‘ownership’ structure consisting of three term-limited individuals who, in turn, delegate all day-to-day authorities to J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. IIF has previously acknowledged that J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. nominated current IIF ‘owners,’ and can influence the selection of new ‘owners.’

“IIF’s delegation of day-to-day authorities to J.P. Morgan extends to ensuring that J.P. Morgan executives serve on all of the board of directors of companies under the control of IIF.”

The reason that every American should be just as hopping mad as Public Citizen is that JPMorgan Chase has a serial history of rigging the markets in which it operates. Allowing a bank to exert control over critical infrastructure that has admitted to five criminal felony charges since 2014 – while its Board kept the same Chairman and CEO, Jamie Dimon, at the helm – is abject regulatory negligence.

In 2013 a unit of JPMorgan Chase was forced to pay $410 million in fines and restitution by FERC for ripping off electric utility customers in California and the Midwest. According to FERC, the JPMorgan energy unit was charging customers “as much as 80 times the prevailing power prices at certain hours of the day.” (See our report: The Missing Pieces in the Criminal Probe of JPMorgan’s Energy Trading.)

On May 20, 2015, JPMorgan Chase pleaded guilty to one criminal count brought by the U.S. Department of Justice for its role with other banks in rigging the foreign exchange market. The bank agreed to a fine of $550 million.

Four years later, on May 16, 2019, JPMorgan Chase settled charges for 228.8 million Euros with the European Commission over rigging the foreign exchange market.

Just last year, on September 29, 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice brought two counts of wire fraud against JPMorgan Chase involving “tens of thousands of episodes of unlawful trading” in the markets for precious metals futures contracts, and the second felony charge for “thousands of episodes of unlawful trading in the markets for U.S. Treasury futures contracts and in the secondary (cash) market for U.S. Treasury notes and bonds.” The bank admitted to the charges and agreed to pay $920 million in fines and restitution to various regulators.

In President Biden’s July 9, 2021 Executive Order warning federal agencies to start enforcing laws against excessive market concentration, he also mandated that federal regulators should “ensure that actors engaged in unlawful activities do not distort the proper functioning of the competitive process or obtain an unfair advantage over competitors who follow the law.”

But when it comes to JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the United States, that is precisely what federal agencies have allowed to happen. By not yanking JPMorgan Chase’s banking charter, by not breaking up the bank, by not forcing the removal of its serial crime chief, Jamie Dimon, federal regulators have allowed this behemoth to “obtain an unfair advantage over competitors who follow the law.”

If you have any doubt about that, just study JPMorgan Chase’s rap sheet since 2011.

https://wallstreetonparade.com/2021/07/someone-is-buying-up-power-plants-and-critical-infrastructure-in-22-countries-the-trail-leads-to-jpmorgan-a-bank-repeatedly-charged-with-rigging-markets/
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$Green$ $Green$ 3 years ago
Went up even more today, cashed out for now
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$Green$ $Green$ 3 years ago
Options have tripled now
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$Green$ $Green$ 3 years ago
Killin it
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$Green$ $Green$ 3 years ago
Picked up a few calls today
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