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Why Crude Oil Prices Are Down Today - But Won't Stay There

Crude oil futures ticked a tad lower Thursday as investors digested the supply and export outlook in Iraq, as well as demand prospects from the United States – but the dips are likely temporary.

As Money Morning Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors recently explained, prices further out on the futures curve are rising much more quickly than anticipated as worries mount over global supply and demand.

Here’s what’s weighing crude oil prices down today… at least for now.

Fight Club: Shah battles "Dark Pools" apologist on NPR today

Today, Shah Gilani let some wicked punches fly, debunking the legitimacy of Wall Street's "Dark Pools" on NPR's popular talk show On Point.

As Shah himself said: "This is about how the market has been undermined and how it could collapse one day, literally, and trillions of dollars could be lost in a matter of days."

GoPro (Nasdaq: GPRO) Stock: Long-Term Success Tied to These Key Factors

GoPro Inc. (Nasdaq: GPRO) stock soared nearly 38% from its offer price today (Thursday) when it reached a high of $33 shortly after it began trading.

GoPro priced its shares at $24 each last night, which was at the high end of the $21 to $24 proposed range. On Thursday morning the stock opened at $28.65, 19% higher than the offer price.

While GPRO stock is off to a fast start, and the key to maintaining this success is in addressing these key factors…

Google Stock Stakes Its Future on "Android Everywhere"

Yesterday Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL) said it was expanding Android to run not just on tablets and smartphones, but also on wearable tech like smartwatches, in-car entertainment systems, and its own Android TV. The software on Google's Chromebook laptops will also be better integrated with Android.

While it might strange for a product that's given away for free, Google's grand plans for Android will determine the fate of Google stock over the next several years.

Here's why.