• What is WTI Crude oil?

    Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “WTI Crude oil”. WTI refers to oil extracted from wells in the U.S. and sent via pipeline to Cushing, Oklahoma. The fact that supplies are land-locked is one of the drawbacks to West Texas crude – it’s relatively expensive to ship to certain parts of the globe. The product itself is very light and very sweet, making it ideal for gasoline refining, in particular. WTI continues to be the main benchmark for oil consumed in the United States. WTI is considered “sweet" crude because it is about 0.24% sulfur, a lower concentration than North Sea Brent crude. WTI is high quality oil that is easily refined. Light, sweet crude oil commonly referred to as "oil" in the Western world. WTI...

    published: 26 Jun 2015
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 11, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market rallied on Friday again, as the uptrend line continues to pick the market up on dips. The $59 level above is resistance, and certainly $60 is very resistive based upon the fact that it offers high valuation for oil, and that of course attracts more attention from the Americans and Canadians. I think that the market will turn around to the breakdown eventually, but in the short term it’s obvious that the buyers are involved. If we can break down below the $55 level, the market could break down significantly, perhaps reaching down towards the $50 level. In the meantime, I think there is a lot of noise just waiting to happen, so therefore I would keep my position size small as we could see a lot of volatility.

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and NASDAQ 100 Forecast December 8, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market bounced slightly during the trading session on Thursday as we continue to see volatility in the crude oil complex. There are various factors going on at the same time in this market, not the least of which will be the OPEC production cuts, and of course the high evaluation of oil attracting American drilling. In general, we have a jobs number coming out during the day could have a massive influence on what happens with the US dollar, and of course the perception of demand going forward. I believe that the $55 level underneath is massively supportive, so a pullback to that area will more than likely find buyers willing to take advantage of value at that lower level. If we break down below the $55 level though, the market could breakdown to the $53.50 level. for mor...

    published: 07 Dec 2017
  • The Basics to Day Trading Crude Oil Futures - WTI vs. Brent. How to Trade Futures futures contract

    Let me show the Correct Way to Trade Bond Futures The Basics to Trading Crude Oil Futures - WTI vs. Brent - oil futures, learn to trade oil futures, trading oil futures, trading brent wti futures, futures oil trading, wti oil futures, trading futures in oil how to trade futures futures contract day trading

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 20, 2017

    Today should be an interesting session for the WTI Crude Oil markets, as we have a couple of things to pay attention to. We obviously have the Crude Oil Inventories announcement, which of course is a major influence on this market. We also have the Federal Reserve interest rate announcement, but more importantly the statement that follows. The statement should give us an idea as to how monetary policy of the Federal Reserve will be, and that greatly influences the value of the US dollar. If the US dollar falls due to a dovish tone, that should help crude oil rally. I suspect that the Federal Reserve may be a bit hesitant to sound hawkish due to the recent hurricanes, so we have the opportunity to see real volatility in this market. If we break down below the $49 level, I think we go to the...

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • Crude Oil Prices: Trading Brent & WTI Futures | Closing the Gap: Futures Edition

    As the two benchmark products for Crude Oil, WTI (/CL) and Brent (/BZ) are highly correlated to one another. But in times of price increases in Crude Oil, Brent tends to outperform WTI, thereby widening the spread between the two products. Today, tastytrade presents a Futures pairs trade that capitalizes on this movement, Buying /BZ and Selling /CL. Watch this segment to learn the ratio between these two commodity products, the historical spread between them and what a futures trader can reasonably expect in terms of managing this position. See more videos from the Closing the Gap: Futures Edition Series: http://ow.ly/1b9v308EH3F The gap between the self-directed and institutional trader in the world of Futures gets closer as Tom and Tony go head-to-head with one of the Futures market i...

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 16, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market went sideways initially during the day, but found a little bit of volatility after the inventory announcement. We tried to rally, but gave back about half of the gains. The resulting daily candle is a shooting star, which sits on the $55 level, but it’s not until we break down below the $54 level that should send this market even lower, perhaps down to the $53 level. Overall, I believe in buying the dips, but if we break down below the $53 level, the market should then go to the $50 handle. The volatility should continue to be very extreme, as we are concerned about Saudi Arabia, Iran, and of course the US dollar. Beyond that, we have quite a bit of noise coming out of the oversupply. Because of this, I think that it’s likely the market will continue to be very cho...

    published: 15 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 6, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market went back and forth during the trading session on Tuesday, as we are struggling to keep momentum. The Crude Oil Inventories announcement coming out today of course will have a lot of influence on what happens next, so keep that in mind. I believe that the $55 level underneath is going to offer support, just as the $59 level above is resistance extending to the $60 level. In general, this is a “buy on the dips” scenario, but for short-term trading only as we have conflicting pressures in OPEC extending cuts through the rest of 2018, but Americans willing to throw more supply into the marketplace as pricing is relatively high. Because this, it’s likely that we will continue to see volatility no matter what happens next. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com

    published: 05 Dec 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 7, 2017

    With a weaker than anticipated inventory number, the WTI Crude Oil market rolled over, and of course the lack of demand is very negative. The US dollar strengthening of course has a negative effect on this market as well, and I believe at this point we are going to go looking towards the $55 level. That’s an area that is massively supportive, but if we break down below there, we could reach down towards the $52.50 level underneath that has been resistance in the past. I believe that we continue to struggle, mainly because of high pricing in the crude oil market attracts plenty of American drillers as well, so I believe that no matter what happens, eventually we reach a top to this market. I don’t necessarily think that we are going to break down significantly, and perhaps melt down, but I ...

    published: 06 Dec 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 30, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell during the Friday session, but then broke significantly above the $53 level. By doing so, it looks as if the market is ready to test the $55 level above, which has been massively resistive in the past. The market certainly looks as if it is going to go there, but the question is can we get above it? I think that if we do, the market probably then heads towards the $60 level. However, eventually the American start flooding the markets with crude oil as higher prices makes the sellers much more interested in offering more supply. Also, the GDP number was stronger than anticipated in the United States, so it’s likely that part of this may have been due to the idea of more demand.

    published: 27 Oct 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 4, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market rallied significantly during the trading session on Friday, reaching towards the $59 level. The $59 level is minor resistance, but the pullback I think is somewhat short-lived. The real fight is probably closer to the $60 level above, as it is a large, round, psychologically significant number. There are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to the WTI Crude Oil market, as the OPEC extension of production cuts is of course bullish, the US dollar getting hammered during the Friday session is also bullish, but we also have the specter of American drillers pumping the market with massive supply as these higher levels offer more profits. Ultimately, I think that we continue to see a little bit of a grind to the upside, but with serious complications and possibly breakdo...

    published: 01 Dec 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 30, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market initially tried to rally during the day on Thursday, but found the area above the 50-day exponential moving average to be far too resistive. The $45 level continues to be massively resistive, and we turned around to form a shooting star. That is a very negative sign, and if we can break below the bottom of the daily range from the Thursday session, the market should then go looking down to the $42.50 handle. We are in a longer-term downtrend, so this makes quite a bit of sense, and I believe that the sellers will of course continue to take advantage of the overall pressure and of course the oversupply of crude oil around the world. If the US dollar starts to pick up value, this market should continue to go even lower. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 24, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market rallied again during the day on Thursday, and what would have been slightly then markets, as Americans were a way for Thanksgiving. However, the electronic session offered trading opportunities for people around the world, and we continue to see buying pressure. I think that the recent spill at the Keystone pipeline has some of the traders thinking bullish, but I also believe that it’s a technical move towards the $60 handle just waiting to happen. I think short-term pullbacks are buying opportunities, and given enough time we will reach that level. I believe that the $55 level is currently the floor in the market, and it’s not until we break down below there that I’m willing to sell, or if we get some type of horrifically negative move towards the $60 handle. for...

    published: 23 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 27, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell on Friday, but turned around to rally yet again as we approach the $59 level. Ultimately, I believe the pullbacks offer opportunities to go long, as it should represent value. The $60 level above is the next target, as it is a large, round, psychologically significant number. I think that we will see a significant amount of resistance in that area though, so this is a short-term opportunity only. I have no interest in shorting, least not in the near-term, as I think there is more than enough fear of the tension in the Middle East to continue to push the value of crude higher. If we break above the $60 level, the market should go much higher. On the other, if we break down below the $55 level, that would be an extraordinarily negative sign. for more ...

    published: 24 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 23, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market rallied significantly during the trading session on Wednesday, reaching towards the $58 level again. The $50 level course has been resistive in the past, and the fact that we are closing right around that level is a good sign. However, the futures market will be thin electronic trading at best over the next 24 hours, so I think that we have the potential for volatility. Pullbacks should be buying opportunities, especially considering how much tension we are starting to see in the Middle East, and the potential troubles between Iran and Saudi Arabia should continue to put upward pressure on the market. Longer-term, it’s likely that we will have plenty of seller’s above, as once pricing gets high enough, the American start flooding the markets with more drilling. fo...

    published: 22 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 5, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market fell during most of the trading session on Monday, as we continue to grind back and forth. I recognize that the markets are dealing with a significant amount of headwind above, as higher prices will certainly attract a lot of American drilling and supply into the market. At the same time, OPEC looks very likely to be able to hold together the production cuts through the rest of 2018, so it’s likely that we will have a perfect dichotomy of pressure in this market, keeping it very choppy and difficult to hang onto for long time frames. A breakdown below the $55 level could send this market down to the $52.50 level, where I see the previous I could offer support again selling pressure as it enters the market. At the same time, I believe that the $60 level above would ...

    published: 04 Dec 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 6, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell during the trading session on Friday, but then shot through the $55 handle, an area that I thought would be significantly resistive. We broke above the top of the shooting star from the Wednesday session, and this shows that we have a fresh, new, resiliency about the uptrend. I think that pullbacks will offer buying opportunities, as the breaking of $55 is a significant event. I think that we will then go look towards the $60 handle above, where we should see more resistance. However, I currently have been speaking to several hedge funds about bias, and they all seem to think that for the short term, oil continues to rally. I look at pullbacks as value until we break down below the $50 handle, something that looks less likely now. for more analysis:...

    published: 03 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 14, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market continues to be very choppy lately, as we have gotten a bit overextended. By being so overextended, it’s likely that we need to pull back to find some type of value and I suspect that the cluster of order flow near the $55 level is that area that we will be looking for. Because of this, I’m looking for a pullback, and then a buying opportunity in that region. I would not short this market, it has been bullish for some time, and seems to defy gravity occasionally. There are a lot of tensions in the Middle East right now, so although there are a lot of questions as to the validity of a longer-term uptrend, and the short-term I certainly wouldn’t want to get in front of this type of momentum. Be patient, your trading opportunity should present itself given enough time...

    published: 13 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 13, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market did very little during the trading session on Friday, as we continue to hover around the $57 level. I think that if we pull back from here, there should be plenty of support underneath, especially near the $55 level. The market has been a bit overextended, so it makes sense that we may have to drop back to find the value necessary to continue the overall uptrend. If we were to break down below the $55 level, there should then be support at $53. I have the Bollinger bands attached to the chart, and we have recently pierced the overbought region as well, giving us yet another reason to think that a pullback might be imminent. Expect volatility, but quite frankly any pullback at this point should end up offering value. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com

    published: 10 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 16, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market rallied on Friday, breaking the top of the hammer that formed on Thursday, which of course bounced off the psychologically important $50 level. For me, the signals that we are ready to go higher. I think eventually we will go looking towards the $53 level, but I also recognize that this is a market that continues to see a lot of volatility. This makes sense of course, because quite frankly there are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to the oil markets. The US dollar course has its own influence, but at the same time we have Saudi Arabia and Russia suggesting that production cuts are going to be extended. As this brings pricing higher, that then makes it much more attractive for US producers to flood the market with supply. Expect a lot of choppiness with a gener...

    published: 14 Oct 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 27, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market had a volatile session on Monday, using the $42.50 level for support. It looks as if the market could try to find buyers in the short term. However, I’m still very bearish of this market and I recognize that the oversupply continues. I would be more than willing to start selling, on signs of exhaustion and overextension. I believe that the market continues to offer opportunity to short this market but we of course are perhaps a little oversold in the short term. A breakdown below the $42.50 level should send this market to the $40 handle. I believe that the oversupply of crude oil will continue to be a punching bag for hedge funds around the world as they are starting to abandon all hope of OPEC getting a handle on the situation longer term. for more analysis: htt...

    published: 26 Jun 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 9, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market initially rally during the trading session on Wednesday, breaking towards the $58 level. We turned around to form a shooting star though, so I think that perhaps the overextended WTI market will start to roll over, perhaps reaching towards the $55 level underneath. There is a significant amount of support just underneath the $55 level, so I think that this is more or less a buying opportunity just waiting to happen. Some type of support near the $55 level should be thought of as value, as the market should continue to go to the $60 level. However, if we were to break down below the $53 level, the market could breakdown to the $50 handle. We are overbought, so this pullback is welcomed by both the bearish and bullish alike. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex....

    published: 08 Nov 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 27, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market fell during the session on Tuesday, but found enough support near the $51.50 level to turn around. By doing so, we ended up forming a hammer which is of course a bullish sign, and I believe it is only a matter of time before the buyers return. I suspect that there is a certain amount of a “floor” in the market near the $50 level, and with the Crude Oil Inventories figures coming out today, we could get furthermore reason to see the market go higher. However, if we pull back from here, the knee-jerk reaction after the inventory number could be a buying opportunity as traders look out into the future. A breakdown below the $49 level would be very negative, but until then I think that there is more of a proclivity for buyers to jump in and pick up pullbacks. for more...

    published: 26 Sep 2017
  • WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 8, 2017

    The WTI Crude Oil market fell during most of the session on Thursday, but found enough support at the $48.50 level to turn around and form a hammer. Ultimately, it looks as if we are going to continue to try to go towards the $50 handle, as hurricane Irma is going to continue to be on the minds of traders. We don’t know where it’s going to go yet, and depending on where it lands, this will dictate where the WTI market goes. Because of this, I believe that if you buy at this level you are chasing the trade. I suspect that if we get an exhaust a daily candle, especially near the $50 level, that’s a nice selling opportunity. This is a very dangerous market. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com

    published: 07 Sep 2017
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What is WTI Crude oil?

What is WTI Crude oil?

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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “WTI Crude oil”. WTI refers to oil extracted from wells in the U.S. and sent via pipeline to Cushing, Oklahoma. The fact that supplies are land-locked is one of the drawbacks to West Texas crude – it’s relatively expensive to ship to certain parts of the globe. The product itself is very light and very sweet, making it ideal for gasoline refining, in particular. WTI continues to be the main benchmark for oil consumed in the United States. WTI is considered “sweet" crude because it is about 0.24% sulfur, a lower concentration than North Sea Brent crude. WTI is high quality oil that is easily refined. Light, sweet crude oil commonly referred to as "oil" in the Western world. WTI is the underlying commodity of the New York Mercantile Exchange's oil futures contracts. This grade is described as light because of its relatively low density, and sweet because of its low sulfur content. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy
https://wn.com/What_Is_Wti_Crude_Oil
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 11, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 11, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market rallied on Friday again, as the uptrend line continues to pick the market up on dips. The $59 level above is resistance, and certainly $60 is very resistive based upon the fact that it offers high valuation for oil, and that of course attracts more attention from the Americans and Canadians. I think that the market will turn around to the breakdown eventually, but in the short term it’s obvious that the buyers are involved. If we can break down below the $55 level, the market could break down significantly, perhaps reaching down towards the $50 level. In the meantime, I think there is a lot of noise just waiting to happen, so therefore I would keep my position size small as we could see a lot of volatility.
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_December_11,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and NASDAQ 100 Forecast December 8, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and NASDAQ 100 Forecast December 8, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market bounced slightly during the trading session on Thursday as we continue to see volatility in the crude oil complex. There are various factors going on at the same time in this market, not the least of which will be the OPEC production cuts, and of course the high evaluation of oil attracting American drilling. In general, we have a jobs number coming out during the day could have a massive influence on what happens with the US dollar, and of course the perception of demand going forward. I believe that the $55 level underneath is massively supportive, so a pullback to that area will more than likely find buyers willing to take advantage of value at that lower level. If we break down below the $55 level though, the market could breakdown to the $53.50 level. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Nasdaq_100_Forecast_December_8,_2017
The Basics to Day Trading Crude Oil Futures - WTI vs. Brent. How to Trade Futures futures contract

The Basics to Day Trading Crude Oil Futures - WTI vs. Brent. How to Trade Futures futures contract

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Let me show the Correct Way to Trade Bond Futures The Basics to Trading Crude Oil Futures - WTI vs. Brent - oil futures, learn to trade oil futures, trading oil futures, trading brent wti futures, futures oil trading, wti oil futures, trading futures in oil how to trade futures futures contract day trading
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WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 20, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 20, 2017

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Today should be an interesting session for the WTI Crude Oil markets, as we have a couple of things to pay attention to. We obviously have the Crude Oil Inventories announcement, which of course is a major influence on this market. We also have the Federal Reserve interest rate announcement, but more importantly the statement that follows. The statement should give us an idea as to how monetary policy of the Federal Reserve will be, and that greatly influences the value of the US dollar. If the US dollar falls due to a dovish tone, that should help crude oil rally. I suspect that the Federal Reserve may be a bit hesitant to sound hawkish due to the recent hurricanes, so we have the opportunity to see real volatility in this market. If we break down below the $49 level, I think we go to the $46.50 handle. However, if we break above the $51 level, we could go towards $54 over the longer term. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_September_20,_2017
Crude Oil Prices: Trading Brent & WTI Futures | Closing the Gap: Futures Edition

Crude Oil Prices: Trading Brent & WTI Futures | Closing the Gap: Futures Edition

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As the two benchmark products for Crude Oil, WTI (/CL) and Brent (/BZ) are highly correlated to one another. But in times of price increases in Crude Oil, Brent tends to outperform WTI, thereby widening the spread between the two products. Today, tastytrade presents a Futures pairs trade that capitalizes on this movement, Buying /BZ and Selling /CL. Watch this segment to learn the ratio between these two commodity products, the historical spread between them and what a futures trader can reasonably expect in terms of managing this position. See more videos from the Closing the Gap: Futures Edition Series: http://ow.ly/1b9v308EH3F The gap between the self-directed and institutional trader in the world of Futures gets closer as Tom and Tony go head-to-head with one of the Futures market industry's best institutional traders. We bring professional strategies to individual investors. You can watch a new Closing the Gap: Futures Edition episode live and check out all previous episodes everyday at http://ow.ly/EoyGW! ======== tastytrade.com ======== Hosted by Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista, tastytrade is a real financial network with 8 hours of live programming five days a week during market hours. From pop culture to advanced investment strategies, tastytrade has a broad spectrum of content for viewers of all kinds! Tune in and learn how to trade options successfully and make the most of your investments! Watch tastytrade LIVE daily Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pmCT: http://ow.ly/EbzUU Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tastytrade1?sub_confirmation=1 Follow tastytrade: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tastytrade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tastytrade LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/tastytrade Instagram: http://instagram.com/tastytrade Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/tastytrade/
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WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 16, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 16, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market went sideways initially during the day, but found a little bit of volatility after the inventory announcement. We tried to rally, but gave back about half of the gains. The resulting daily candle is a shooting star, which sits on the $55 level, but it’s not until we break down below the $54 level that should send this market even lower, perhaps down to the $53 level. Overall, I believe in buying the dips, but if we break down below the $53 level, the market should then go to the $50 handle. The volatility should continue to be very extreme, as we are concerned about Saudi Arabia, Iran, and of course the US dollar. Beyond that, we have quite a bit of noise coming out of the oversupply. Because of this, I think that it’s likely the market will continue to be very choppy and volatile. A break above the top of the range for the day could send this market looking for $57, perhaps even $58. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_16,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 6, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 6, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market went back and forth during the trading session on Tuesday, as we are struggling to keep momentum. The Crude Oil Inventories announcement coming out today of course will have a lot of influence on what happens next, so keep that in mind. I believe that the $55 level underneath is going to offer support, just as the $59 level above is resistance extending to the $60 level. In general, this is a “buy on the dips” scenario, but for short-term trading only as we have conflicting pressures in OPEC extending cuts through the rest of 2018, but Americans willing to throw more supply into the marketplace as pricing is relatively high. Because this, it’s likely that we will continue to see volatility no matter what happens next. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_December_6,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 7, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 7, 2017

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With a weaker than anticipated inventory number, the WTI Crude Oil market rolled over, and of course the lack of demand is very negative. The US dollar strengthening of course has a negative effect on this market as well, and I believe at this point we are going to go looking towards the $55 level. That’s an area that is massively supportive, but if we break down below there, we could reach down towards the $52.50 level underneath that has been resistance in the past. I believe that we continue to struggle, mainly because of high pricing in the crude oil market attracts plenty of American drillers as well, so I believe that no matter what happens, eventually we reach a top to this market. I don’t necessarily think that we are going to break down significantly, and perhaps melt down, but I do think that rallies are to be sold. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_December_7,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 30, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 30, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell during the Friday session, but then broke significantly above the $53 level. By doing so, it looks as if the market is ready to test the $55 level above, which has been massively resistive in the past. The market certainly looks as if it is going to go there, but the question is can we get above it? I think that if we do, the market probably then heads towards the $60 level. However, eventually the American start flooding the markets with crude oil as higher prices makes the sellers much more interested in offering more supply. Also, the GDP number was stronger than anticipated in the United States, so it’s likely that part of this may have been due to the idea of more demand.
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_October_30,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 4, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 4, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market rallied significantly during the trading session on Friday, reaching towards the $59 level. The $59 level is minor resistance, but the pullback I think is somewhat short-lived. The real fight is probably closer to the $60 level above, as it is a large, round, psychologically significant number. There are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to the WTI Crude Oil market, as the OPEC extension of production cuts is of course bullish, the US dollar getting hammered during the Friday session is also bullish, but we also have the specter of American drillers pumping the market with massive supply as these higher levels offer more profits. Ultimately, I think that we continue to see a little bit of a grind to the upside, but with serious complications and possibly breakdown. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_December_4,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 30, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 30, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market initially tried to rally during the day on Thursday, but found the area above the 50-day exponential moving average to be far too resistive. The $45 level continues to be massively resistive, and we turned around to form a shooting star. That is a very negative sign, and if we can break below the bottom of the daily range from the Thursday session, the market should then go looking down to the $42.50 handle. We are in a longer-term downtrend, so this makes quite a bit of sense, and I believe that the sellers will of course continue to take advantage of the overall pressure and of course the oversupply of crude oil around the world. If the US dollar starts to pick up value, this market should continue to go even lower. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_June_30,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 24, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 24, 2017

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  • Updated: 23 Nov 2017
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The WTI Crude Oil market rallied again during the day on Thursday, and what would have been slightly then markets, as Americans were a way for Thanksgiving. However, the electronic session offered trading opportunities for people around the world, and we continue to see buying pressure. I think that the recent spill at the Keystone pipeline has some of the traders thinking bullish, but I also believe that it’s a technical move towards the $60 handle just waiting to happen. I think short-term pullbacks are buying opportunities, and given enough time we will reach that level. I believe that the $55 level is currently the floor in the market, and it’s not until we break down below there that I’m willing to sell, or if we get some type of horrifically negative move towards the $60 handle. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_24,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 27, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 27, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell on Friday, but turned around to rally yet again as we approach the $59 level. Ultimately, I believe the pullbacks offer opportunities to go long, as it should represent value. The $60 level above is the next target, as it is a large, round, psychologically significant number. I think that we will see a significant amount of resistance in that area though, so this is a short-term opportunity only. I have no interest in shorting, least not in the near-term, as I think there is more than enough fear of the tension in the Middle East to continue to push the value of crude higher. If we break above the $60 level, the market should go much higher. On the other, if we break down below the $55 level, that would be an extraordinarily negative sign. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_27,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 23, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 23, 2017

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  • Updated: 22 Nov 2017
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The WTI Crude Oil market rallied significantly during the trading session on Wednesday, reaching towards the $58 level again. The $50 level course has been resistive in the past, and the fact that we are closing right around that level is a good sign. However, the futures market will be thin electronic trading at best over the next 24 hours, so I think that we have the potential for volatility. Pullbacks should be buying opportunities, especially considering how much tension we are starting to see in the Middle East, and the potential troubles between Iran and Saudi Arabia should continue to put upward pressure on the market. Longer-term, it’s likely that we will have plenty of seller’s above, as once pricing gets high enough, the American start flooding the markets with more drilling. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_23,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 5, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast December 5, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market fell during most of the trading session on Monday, as we continue to grind back and forth. I recognize that the markets are dealing with a significant amount of headwind above, as higher prices will certainly attract a lot of American drilling and supply into the market. At the same time, OPEC looks very likely to be able to hold together the production cuts through the rest of 2018, so it’s likely that we will have a perfect dichotomy of pressure in this market, keeping it very choppy and difficult to hang onto for long time frames. A breakdown below the $55 level could send this market down to the $52.50 level, where I see the previous I could offer support again selling pressure as it enters the market. At the same time, I believe that the $60 level above would be resistance. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_December_5,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 6, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 6, 2017

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2017
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The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell during the trading session on Friday, but then shot through the $55 handle, an area that I thought would be significantly resistive. We broke above the top of the shooting star from the Wednesday session, and this shows that we have a fresh, new, resiliency about the uptrend. I think that pullbacks will offer buying opportunities, as the breaking of $55 is a significant event. I think that we will then go look towards the $60 handle above, where we should see more resistance. However, I currently have been speaking to several hedge funds about bias, and they all seem to think that for the short term, oil continues to rally. I look at pullbacks as value until we break down below the $50 handle, something that looks less likely now. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_6,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 14, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 14, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market continues to be very choppy lately, as we have gotten a bit overextended. By being so overextended, it’s likely that we need to pull back to find some type of value and I suspect that the cluster of order flow near the $55 level is that area that we will be looking for. Because of this, I’m looking for a pullback, and then a buying opportunity in that region. I would not short this market, it has been bullish for some time, and seems to defy gravity occasionally. There are a lot of tensions in the Middle East right now, so although there are a lot of questions as to the validity of a longer-term uptrend, and the short-term I certainly wouldn’t want to get in front of this type of momentum. Be patient, your trading opportunity should present itself given enough time. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_14,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 13, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 13, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market did very little during the trading session on Friday, as we continue to hover around the $57 level. I think that if we pull back from here, there should be plenty of support underneath, especially near the $55 level. The market has been a bit overextended, so it makes sense that we may have to drop back to find the value necessary to continue the overall uptrend. If we were to break down below the $55 level, there should then be support at $53. I have the Bollinger bands attached to the chart, and we have recently pierced the overbought region as well, giving us yet another reason to think that a pullback might be imminent. Expect volatility, but quite frankly any pullback at this point should end up offering value. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_13,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 16, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast October 16, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market rallied on Friday, breaking the top of the hammer that formed on Thursday, which of course bounced off the psychologically important $50 level. For me, the signals that we are ready to go higher. I think eventually we will go looking towards the $53 level, but I also recognize that this is a market that continues to see a lot of volatility. This makes sense of course, because quite frankly there are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to the oil markets. The US dollar course has its own influence, but at the same time we have Saudi Arabia and Russia suggesting that production cuts are going to be extended. As this brings pricing higher, that then makes it much more attractive for US producers to flood the market with supply. Expect a lot of choppiness with a general bullish attitude over the next couple of days. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_October_16,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 27, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast June 27, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market had a volatile session on Monday, using the $42.50 level for support. It looks as if the market could try to find buyers in the short term. However, I’m still very bearish of this market and I recognize that the oversupply continues. I would be more than willing to start selling, on signs of exhaustion and overextension. I believe that the market continues to offer opportunity to short this market but we of course are perhaps a little oversold in the short term. A breakdown below the $42.50 level should send this market to the $40 handle. I believe that the oversupply of crude oil will continue to be a punching bag for hedge funds around the world as they are starting to abandon all hope of OPEC getting a handle on the situation longer term. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_June_27,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 9, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast November 9, 2017

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  • Updated: 08 Nov 2017
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The WTI Crude Oil market initially rally during the trading session on Wednesday, breaking towards the $58 level. We turned around to form a shooting star though, so I think that perhaps the overextended WTI market will start to roll over, perhaps reaching towards the $55 level underneath. There is a significant amount of support just underneath the $55 level, so I think that this is more or less a buying opportunity just waiting to happen. Some type of support near the $55 level should be thought of as value, as the market should continue to go to the $60 level. However, if we were to break down below the $53 level, the market could breakdown to the $50 handle. We are overbought, so this pullback is welcomed by both the bearish and bullish alike. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_November_9,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 27, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 27, 2017

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The WTI Crude Oil market fell during the session on Tuesday, but found enough support near the $51.50 level to turn around. By doing so, we ended up forming a hammer which is of course a bullish sign, and I believe it is only a matter of time before the buyers return. I suspect that there is a certain amount of a “floor” in the market near the $50 level, and with the Crude Oil Inventories figures coming out today, we could get furthermore reason to see the market go higher. However, if we pull back from here, the knee-jerk reaction after the inventory number could be a buying opportunity as traders look out into the future. A breakdown below the $49 level would be very negative, but until then I think that there is more of a proclivity for buyers to jump in and pick up pullbacks. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_September_27,_2017
WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 8, 2017

WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast September 8, 2017

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  • Updated: 07 Sep 2017
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The WTI Crude Oil market fell during most of the session on Thursday, but found enough support at the $48.50 level to turn around and form a hammer. Ultimately, it looks as if we are going to continue to try to go towards the $50 handle, as hurricane Irma is going to continue to be on the minds of traders. We don’t know where it’s going to go yet, and depending on where it lands, this will dictate where the WTI market goes. Because of this, I believe that if you buy at this level you are chasing the trade. I suspect that if we get an exhaust a daily candle, especially near the $50 level, that’s a nice selling opportunity. This is a very dangerous market. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
https://wn.com/Wti_Crude_Oil_And_Natural_Gas_Forecast_September_8,_2017
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