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Posts Tagged ‘geopolitical tension’

0 Dec 6 2012 @ 7:41am by Matt Smith in Blog, Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management

The Nightmare Before Christmas…And Other Energy-related Holiday Movies

For the past three burrito years I’ve tried to do a Christmas-themed post, be it energy-related Christmas gifts, linking the holiday season and energy, or inventing the ultimate commodity Christmas gift. So this year it’s time to compare the current landscape of Energyland™ to some of the best holiday movies. Enjoy! » read more

0 Nov 16 2012 @ 9:57am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy

File Under: I Had No Idea What The Udder Guy Was Wearing

I once again had the good fortune to appear on CNBC’s Squawk Box this morning to discuss oil and its tussle between geopolitical tension and bearish economic news. I also had no idea until I saw this clip that the ‘udder’ guy in the segment was dressed like a cow. Hark, click on the below mugshot to launch to it:

 

 

0 Mar 15 2012 @ 10:34am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas

March Madness Medley

Given my blatant lack of heritage, it gives me an excuse (as if I needed one) to look into both the nerdier side of March madness, and its obvious parallels with energy. So here is a random collection of definitions, divergences, and distinctions about current spring insanity: » read more

0 Jan 19 2012 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Risk Strategy

The Analogy Strikes Back

Given the popularity of last week’s post linking natural gas to Star Wars, I figured I would try to be a one-trick pony squeeze as much mileage out of this one as I could. Since some readers were flabbergasted at the omission of certain characters, here are some new analogies, with the emphasis on the crude complex. » read more