This past week, The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA, not to be confused with the US government's EIA based in Washington DC) released its monthly report on developments in the energy i
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Path Trading Partners
Bob Iaccino has spent the last 24 years in commodities, futures, FX, and equity options. He appears weekly on media outlets including CNBC, Bloomberg Television, CNN, and Fox News and has done over 900 interviews. He started with Nikko Securities as a phone clerk and went on to become Chief Market Strategist for Commerzbank Futures and for a proprietary trading firm in Chicago. In 2008, Bob began teaching his techniques to the public. Bob has taught over 7000 individuals and given seminars in many countries in the Americas and Middle East. In 2013, Bob Join Tethys Partners as Chief Markets Strategist. In 2015, Bob and his trading partner, Mike Arnold launched Path Trading Partners to continue teaching their trading strategies and launch an international proprietary trading group.
The human tragedy that played out in Texas during the first last week of August is being repeated this week in Florida.
By Bob Iaccino, September 11, 2017
The most important central bank in the world is currently NOT the US Federal Reserve Bank and the most important central banker is NOT Janet Yellen. It is the ECB and Mario Draghi, hands down.
By Bob Iaccino, September 08, 2017
Guess what almost never happens? US Non-farm Payrolls is released and no one cares.
By Bob Iaccino, September 01, 2017
Gold looks ready to break out higher and run higher it might, but will it be the trigger for that run back up to $1923.70 that the Gold Bugs have been waiting for?
By Bob Iaccino, August 27, 2017
Each year traders in the 3rd quarter of the year, traders, investors, analysts, and economists start referring to "Jackson Hole" as the next important economic event. so what is Jackson Hole?
By Bob Iaccino, August 25, 2017
On Thursday of last week, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said he would need to see evidence that prices will rise to a 2-percent target in the medium-term On Thursday of last week, Dallas Fed
By Bob Iaccino, August 20, 2017
We all remember the porridge descriptions in Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
By Bob Iaccino, August 18, 2017
The tension between North Korea and The United states heated up last week to levels not seen in this country since the Cuban missile crisis of 1962.
By Bob Iaccino, August 13, 2017
A few moments ago, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) for July.
By Bob Iaccino, August 11, 2017
So why do they matter now? Haven't markets been looking at rig counts for years to determine price direction for front-month crude? Well, it depends on what you mean by "years".
By Bob Iaccino, August 07, 2017
The title of this note was poached from a January 22, 2015 headline in “The Daily Telegraph”, (commonly referred to simply as The Telegraph) which is a daily newspaper pub
By Bob Iaccino, August 04, 2017