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Peter Haralambakis

Peter Haralambakis

Peter Haralambakis is a Supply and Trading Business Development Manager at Guttman Energy with over 13 years of experience in commodities trading, analysis, and risk management in products ranging from Corn and Soybeans to Crude Oil Futures and Options to Financial and Physical Biofuels to Natural Gas and Natural Gas Liquids.

Technical Tuesday in August

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: August 13, 2019

As we trudge through the era of micro-blogging and social networking intertwined with current global market volatility, we must rely on technical analysis now more than ever.  Below is a sneak peek into a 1 year continuation chart of WTI crude oil with support and resistance levels that are at the fore in regard to potential near term price direction.

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Trend Trading

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: July 16, 2019

If the quote "the trend is your friend" isn't the true narrative of the energy complex over the past 20 trading days, I'm not sure what other phrase may be used to depict exactly what we have witnessed.  WTI crude for August delivery has had a 20.15% rally from its lows on June 12th to its highs on July 11th with only seven opportunities to buy lower on the day and watch it rally over the following days.  

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Crude Conflict Correlation

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: May 20, 2019

Middle East conflict.  As daily energy market participants, we cannot help but think of those three words as just part of the everyday life within the oil industry.  It would not be a trading day without the digestion of what current events are happening in the Middle East, what OPEC producers are involved, and whether it will disrupt production in the near term or long term.  With recent headlines of beefing up our military presence in the Middle East, specifically near Iran, and twitter threats of a U.S. conflict with Iran would be the “official end” of Iran from our administration and “never threaten an Iranian”, from the Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif, we look at the correlation of mid-east conflicts and the price of WTI crude.  Below is a list of most recent Middle East conflicts and the subsequent yearly open, low, high, and settlement of WTI crude oil:

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Gas up the Family Truckster?

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: April 24, 2019

As, arguably, the most anticipated month of the year for both cross-country driving enthusiasts and beach lounging sun bathers, the month of May, approaches, we must check our pocket books and weigh the cost analysis of driving the extra miles to visit the largest ball of twine or not.

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As the World "Churns"

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: February 27, 2019

As daily energy sector market participants, we are often reminded how much drama, information or data needs to be vetted and digested on any given day.  Unlike the set of “Oakdale, Illinois” in “As the World Turns” (1956 – 2010) where melodrama was the main theme and “the bleakness of winter, the promise of spring, the fullness of summer, and the harvest of autumn” were everyday life, the world of energy is a lot less predictable.  Below you will find just some of the current headlines, event risks and technical levels that have to be digested just in one day:

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