HomeInvestingBondsRussia-Ukraine Conflict Helps Push Commodities To New Highs
Russia-Ukraine Conflict Helps Push Commodities To New Highs

Stocks have reversed and are up today while commodities are down due to events in Ukraine with President Zelenskyy's willingness to accept Russia's demands more or less, says Octavio Marenzi, CEO of Opimas. Octavio says he thinks Jay Powell may raise interest rates by 0.25% next week but will be tepid about increasing rates. Octavio would not be surprised to see the Fed scrap its interest rate hikes. He said the Fed will sell off their bond portfolio very slowly, if at all. He says these moves will be good news for commodity prices. He describes the renewable energy sector as a place to invest and gives his stock picks of Brookfield, Clearway Energy and First Solar.

The Watch List

09 Mar 2022

ON AIR
2:00 am
Next Gen Investing
replay
12:00 am
Fast Market
REPLAY
1:00 am
Trading 360
REPLAY
ON AIR
2:00 am
Next Gen Investing
REPLAY
education
3:00 am
Your First Trade
REPLAY
3:30 am
Trading 360
REPLAY
4:30 am
Next Gen Investing
REPLAY
education
5:30 am
Your First Trade
REPLAY
6:00 am
Fast Market
REPLAY
7:00 am
Futures
8:00 am
Morning Trade Live
10:00 am
Trading 360
11:00 am
Fast Market
12:00 pm
Next Gen Investing
1:00 pm
The Watch List
2:00 pm
Market On Close
education
3:30 pm
Your First Trade
4:00 pm
Trading 360
5:00 pm
Fast Market
REPLAY
6:00 pm
Next Gen Investing
REPLAY
education
7:00 pm
Your First Trade
REPLAY
7:30 pm
Trading 360
REPLAY
8:30 pm
Fast Market
REPLAY
9:30 pm
Next Gen Investing
REPLAY
education
10:30 pm
Your First Trade
REPLAY
11:00 pm
Trading 360
REPLAY

Get Market Minute

Daily insights for every investor

FOLLOW US