Crude oil remains central to the 21st century economy. Higher oil prices drive up everyday expenses ranging from transportation to food packaging, and are critical for understanding inflation and stock returns. Even as the world navigates transitions to renewable energy and alternative materials, crude oil remains hard to replace, and its price is likely to remain volatile for years to come. Meanwhile, gold is a related commodity less traded for its usefulness and more seen as a long-term store of value against inflation.
In this webinar, trading veteran Tariq Dennison, TEP, explains the factors that move oil and gold prices, and how micro futures and options strategies can help fine-tune these exposures in your portfolio.
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