Daily Close | Forex, Metals, Oil, Agriculture January 01, 2021



Over two decades ago Jay got his start at the Kansas City Board of Trade in the Wheat Futures pit.


Instead, it’s the dollar versus the euro, or the dollar versus a basket of other currencies. One popular way to trade the dollar versus other currencies is through the Invesco DB U.S. Dollar Index Bullish Fund (UUP). As such, it isn’t just what the dollar is going to do, but also what the comparison currencies are going to do. One investment topic that hasn’t gotten all that much attention is the movement of the U.S. dollar. After a few years of almost no volatility, the U.S. Dollar Index has fluctuated substantially in 2020.
It’s never just the dollar.


Later on in 2008, he began researching areas of the gold and silver market that, curiously, the majority of the precious metal analyst community have left unexplored. less After years of laying dormant, the gold and silver prices finally reacted in a big way in 2020. To find out, watch this week’s silver and gold market update with Dave Kranzler. We also talked about how this would impact green energy, gold, and the cryptos. So what’s in store for 2021 in the gold and silver markets?


The oil services group struggled in 2020, but offshore oil projects were hit especially hard due to their higher associated costs. It may seem redundant, but no travel or industrial demand coupled with record-low oil prices is bad news for oil stocks like Marathon, which was down 51.1% in 2020. Travel restrictions and economic shutdowns crushed oil industry demand and oil stocks in 2020, and Occidental was the hardest-hit in the group. The travel and leisure industries have been hit nearly as hard as the oil industry in 2020.

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The old Wall Street adage says, “buy the rumor, sell the news,” but this is a rumor of mega proportions. Since leaving Wall Street I’ve dedicated my financial career towards studying this situation and helping people understand what’s actually happening. Analysts predicted that the Cupertino, California company could partner up with an existing auto manufacturer, like Nio, Xpeng (NYSE:XPEV), Volkswagen (OTC:VWAGY) or even Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA). He has been quoted in a variety of financial news publications, such as CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post.
He is a featured expert on CNBC, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as other top-tier publications. So after 11 years on Wall Street I walked out and left.