Jim Cramer's "Off the Charts" segment used Carley Garner's Crude oil analysis in the July 30th show!

jim cramer 3Crude oil has been the source of pain for consumers at the pump, but the same can be said of many speculators.  It's volatile and relentless nature can be challenging for those on the wrong side of a sudden runaway move.  Accordingly, it is important to take a step back and look at the big picture...that is exactly what we did.

One of our recent issues of the DeCarley Perspective, was featured on CNBC's Mad Money on July 30th.  The DeCarley Perspective is a publication distributed exclusively to DeCarley's brokerage clients.  If you are interested in being part of the loop, open a trading account today!

Click here to view the archive of the Off the Chart Segment with DeCarley analysis on aired on July 30th!

You will find the original DeCarley Trading newsletter text here:

DeCarley Perspective emailed to our brokerage clients: http://mad.ly/115fe3


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