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Matt Insley

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Daily Resource Hunter

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Daily Resource Hunter

Company Description

The Daily Resource Hunter staff is comprised of several globe-trotting analysts. Each analyst has a different background and specialty - but they share two commonalities: a strong knowledge of resources and a boots-on-the-ground investment philosophy. Our ... more

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Employment History

Associate Editor

Agora Financial LLC


Affiliations

President Obama

Advisor On Energy and Climate Change


Education

degree

Business and Environmental Economics

University of Maryland


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The Death of Bitcoin - The Daily Reckoning

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Matt Insley
By Matt Insley And Zach Scheidt My publisher, Matt Insley - who rarely writes his own articles these days - felt that this story was too important not to be heard. Matt Insley Matt Insley Matt Insley Publisher, The Daily Edge EdgeFeedback@AgoraFinancial.com About Matt Insley: Matt Insley is the managing editor of The Daily Edge and now the co-editor of Outstanding Investments. Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch.


China's Massive Oil Deal: Doesn't Impress Markets...

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Dec 17th, 2012 | Matt Insley | Category: News, Oil
According to Bloomberg, "Cnooc Ltd. (883)'s analyst ratings have sunk to their lowest level in three years just as the Chinese state-controlled oil explorer prepares to buy Canada's Nexen Inc. (NXY) for $15.1 billion in a deal that escalates production expenses. The CNOOC move is seen by many to lead to increased cost-per-barrel. But in a world of growingly scarce resources, this may be the company's only option. Author Image for Matt Insley Matt Insley The Managing Editor of the Daily Resource Hunter, Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch. View articles by Matt Insley


Gold Recovers Thanks In Part to China News

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May 9th, 2013 | Matt Insley | Category: Gold, News
Gold prices recovered from Tuesday's drop on a solid day for gold yesterday. Chinese central bank purchases in Hong Kong also factor in: they hit a record high in March at 223 metric tons. So far this year, China's gold purchases equal 41% of their total purchases in 2012 - it seems safe to say China will outdo itself in gold buying this year. Author Image for Matt Insley Matt Insley The Managing Editor of the Daily Resource Hunter, Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch. View articles by Matt Insley


Crude Stocks Increase, Pressure Remains On Price

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Jun 14th, 2013 | Matt Insley | Category: News, Oil
According to government data crude stocks unexpectedly increased by 2.5 million barrels last week. This is a continuation of the trend we're following - in short, there's looks to be too much crude oil floating around the U.S. and abroad. Keep any eye on inventories and the price of crude. Support remains at the $95 level, but a quick drop to $85 isn't out of the question. Author Image for Matt Insley Matt Insley The Managing Editor of the Daily Resource Hunter, Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch. View articles by Matt Insley


Gold Futures Bandied About By Fed, Factories, and Jobs

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Aug 5th, 2013 | Matt Insley | Category: Gold, News
Gold's price action has been up and down today, reports Kitco, following a Fed announcement that was soft on QE and an unexpectedly good report on U.S. manufacturing. Futures through the end of the year remain close to the 10- and 50-day moving averages. The key points to keep an eye on are support at $1,300 and resistance at $1,350. Author Image for Matt Insley Matt Insley The Managing Editor of the Daily Resource Hunter, Matt is the Agora Financial in-house specialist on commodities and natural resources. He holds a degree from the University of Maryland with a double major in Business and Environmental Economics. Although always familiar with the financial markets, his main area of expertise stems from his background in the Agricultural and Natural Resources (AGNR) department. Over the past years he's stayed well ahead of the curve with forward thinking ideas in both resource stocks and hard commodities. Insley's commentary has been featured by MarketWatch. View articles by Matt Insley


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