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Tyler Richey Co-editor of the Sevens Report Quoted in Barron’s on January 27, 2021

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Sevens Report Co-editor Tyler Richey was quoted in MarketWatch on September 10, 2020

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Tyler Richey Co-editor at Sevens Report Quoted in MarketWatch on August 31, 2020

“The uptrend has clearly lost momentum since the early stages of the Q2 rebound.” However, “the path of least resistance is still higher right…” said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

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Tyler Richey Co-editor at Sevens Report Quoted in MarketWatch on August 26, 2020

“Historically, good economic data is negative for gold but in this case, real interest rates declined in the wake of the release, as rising…” Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research, told MarketWatch. Click here to read the full article.

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Sevens Report Co-editor Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch on July 23, 2020

“Oil has shown resilience this week” with WTI prices just shy of multi-month highs thanks, in part, to “optimism that a COVID-19 vaccine will eventually help the global economy normalize…” said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Co-editor Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch on July 10, 2020

Tyler Richey, co-editor of Sevens Report Research, said oil prices did get a boost after Gilead Sciences Inc. GILD, 1.97% said clinical trial data show its antiviral drug remdesivir reduced the risk of death for coronavirus patients by 62%. The news also provided support to the U.S. stock market. “Oil futures have been trading with a high degree of correlation…” said Richey. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Co-editor Tyler Richey Quoted in MarketWatch on June 30, 2020

“The second quarter will not soon be forgotten by energy traders given that WTI crude oil futures plunged into negative territory for the first time in history, and decidedly so, in the month of April…” said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. That was “due to logistics issues in the physical supply chain, most notably a critical lack of available storage for freshly lifted crude barrels in the U.S.” On April 20, WTI oil futures fell 306% to settle at negative $37.63. Click here to read the full article.