Australian (ASX) Stock Market Forum


  1. Eject!

    Why are the only ETFs on ASX oil and metals?

    What are my options if I want to get broad exposure to commodities like energy, livestock, and grains? The only commodity ETPs on the ASX are metals and oil. And on a related note, what are the best...
  2. T

    EW - East West Petroleum Corporation

    East West Petroleum Q3 Results Released November 30th 2020. Information below can be found on Sedar. Symbols: EW(Canada) & EWPMF(USA) Prices: $0.045CAD & $0.03USD Common Shares: 89,585,665 Website: Financial Results, Ending September 30th 2020 - keeping in mind that...
  3. Dominover

    Super Contango WTI Futures?

    I'm confused about the concept of Contango. It should be relatively easy to understand but the different way's it's referenced in the media seem wrong to me. I always thought that Contango describes a situation where the futures price of a commodity is above the spot price (as is the case in...
  4. frugal.rock

    FUEL - BetaShares Global Energy Companies ETF - Currency Hedged

    About BetaShares is a leading manager of ETFs and other Funds that are traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (‘ASX’). Our aim is to provide intelligent investment solutions, which help Australian investors meet their financial objectives. Investment Objective The Fund aims to track the...
  5. J

    How to buy oil?

    hi, i have been searching around but cant really find the best solution. Basically what i want to do is buy 100K in wti crude and then hold it for an unspecified time and sell it when i believe it is a good time. I have the cash so dont need to leverage but i have not really found a solution...
  6. peter2

    OOO - Betashares Crude Oil Index ETF - Currency Hedged (Synthetic)

    Provides investors with a simple way to take a view on oil prices. Aims to track the performance of an index (before fees and expenses), that provides exposure to crude oil futures, with a currency hedge against movements in the AUD/USD exchange rate.
  7. N

    Question about oil companies

    i see a lot of their shares dropping a lot, but this should only apply to oil producers not "middleman", in fact for middleman their price should increase because they obviously won't pass all their savings to the consumer, they'll have even greater margins. why is there an industry spread drop...
  8. InsvestoBoy

    "Australia will be hit especially hard with the oil rout"

    My whole portfolio is kind of setup to sell little chunks of my winners and allocate them into unloved asset classes. So last week I was thinking of maybe getting long some energy stocks to get some inflation beta happening in the portfolio, kind of as a hedge against the nonstop rocking...
  9. Ann

    XEJ Energy Index - Charted

  10. S

    Crude Oil price

    I am starting to keep an eye on the pricing for a trade. late last year, I read that all the Funds were rushing in to buy. As life got busy I never followed and now that I look again, it is at $70. I was wondering if there were any traders out there that would have some thoughts to share. Cheers
  11. System

    DOR - Doriemus PLC

    Doriemus is a UK based oil and gas exploration and production company, which is currently listed on the NEX Exchange in the UK. Doriemus is seeking to provide shareholders with value and growth opportunities through the acquisition and accumulation of quality onshore and offshore oil and gas...
  12. P

    Oil Opportunities?

    So oil is still at a relative 10 year low thanks to the fracking supply glut. And it just made me think... there's some good opportunities to be had in the current market. According to Joseph Schumpeter, businesses go in these sorts of cycles. A market grows and booms, and in that boom...
  13. T

    Are Oil stocks ready?

    Should I buy? Every evening I scan through charts within sectors of the market. I write down stocks on a list for the next day that are “setting up” and/or could be potential trades. Recently, I’ve found that Oil stocks have been coming up on my list. Here is a chart of the broad...
  14. D

    Newbie looking to trade US stocks and US oil

    hi traders, im wondering how i would get into the US market of trading? i'm looking at short-medium term trading and i dont want to take the comsec/ local bank route of US trading as i want to own the stock and being a commercial bank trading fees would be high. im after an online US...
  15. darkhorse70

    Crude Oil and AUD

    Regarding crude oil as a market indicator, I charted up crude oil for the dec contract. Some reason its trading at 39$? Is that correct and which is better to follow. Brent Crude or Crude Oil? Just using it for context. Also im trying to get up the AUD but I only have access to aussie...
  16. H

    Classic errors

    As green as can be, (Binary) only started a few days ago and broke all the rules today as far as I can tell! If a long term trade looks as though its not going to pay, what's the counter reaction to try and reduce losses? I have tipped Oil to go down and may have traded a little too late.... I...
  17. K

    The difference between Brent and Crude oil

    For those who trade arbitrage transactions It will be interesting to see the difference between the Brent and Crude oil. At the moment, the delta is at a very high level and converge periodically. Easy money :)
  18. G

    Newbie question: How to take advantage of low oil price?

    Dear all, I am a newbie to shares and commodities investing, and would like to ask how to take advantage of the currently very low oil prices? Any advice would be greatly appreciated ... thanks in advance!
  19. SirRumpole

    Oil price and share market behaviour

    Can someone explain why the share market has slumped in response to lower oil prices ? Apart from a few oil companies, I would have thought that everyone else would be delighted.
  20. C

    Why is public transportation in Australia bad?

    I live in the U.S and I have always thought Australia has good public transportation. I was reading on Wikipedia that Australians are highly dependent on their cars for transportation. From Wikipedia(transport in Australia):