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Mark Goodman at Lloyds International on Outlook for Unleaded Gas
Mark Goodman, a Senior Broker at Lloyds International in Brazil expects good things from unleaded gas in the coming months. Goodman, a specialist in commodity and forex trading cites various reasons why he is putting his clients into unleaded gas.
By: Lloyds International - Press Office
Goodman says "The normal drivers for unleaded gas allow clever traders to make profits in the summer months each year using various trading strategies but this year we have all sorts of other things happening in the world that will add up to a strong performance from unleaded over the coming months."
He goes on to say "Many things affect the price of unleaded gas but of course supply and demand is a major factor along with weakness in the dollar which makes it more expensive to buy gas."
Mr Goodman expects to make strong profits in unleaded gas over the months ahead using a combination of trading strategies that have been developed at Lloyds International over almost a decade.
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You can reach Mark Goodman at +1 866 978 7654 or e-mail mark.goodman@
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