By TOM THERRAMUS for
In a previous Oil-Price.net articles published in 2010 and 2011 , I discussed predictive relationships that appear to occur between large, rapid swings in oil price and recessions, stock market crashes and shifts in political polls. Given the economic disruptions that nearly always happen in the aftermath of oil shocks, it seems important to understand what is behind the timing of transient instabilities in the oil markets.
What is happening to oil prices?
The proof is in the math.
Frequency analysis shows oil price volatility is periodic and repeats every 32 months. Oil-Price. Net
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