Start buying oil.
That’s not only this morning’s recommendation by Dennis Gartman but, as this afternoon, also Citi’s commodities team (led by OPEC’s impressario Ed Morse) which moments ago issued a report according to which crude oil markets will not only bottom, but more importantly, “investors should position now for a potential V-shaped rebound in crude oil prices, as price risk seems asymmetrically skewed to the upside.”
Do two wrongs make a right? But we digress…
Citi explains the recent collapse (which it did not in any way anticipate as it was bullish all the way into a bear market), by noting that WTI flat price has sold off another ~5% this week, as bearish sentiment continued to prevail among oil market participants. However, it counters, “both weekly and monthly storage data are pointing to a tighter market by end-2017, and Citi expects global oil stocks to draw ~200-m bbls to year-end. While it is possible for prices to dip even lower near-term, we do not view this as sustainable, and once market sentiment turns, prices could rally sharply.”
Some additional observations from uber-bullish Citi on the crude vol surface:
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Jun 22, 2017.