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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...
This video is about crude oil. The quality metrics of crude oil, such as light vs heavy crude oil, sweet vs sour crude oil and API gravity. The rest of the video covers the differences between Brent and WTI crude oil - two trading classifications of sweet light crude oil that serve as the two major benchmark prices for purchases of oil worldwide - and their role in the futures market. Download our new Commodities price forecast report FREE: http://www.focus-economics.com/commodities2016 Other related Links: http://www.focus-economics.com Original WTI vs Brent blog post: http://www.focus-economics.com/blog/difference-between-wti-and-brent Energy commodities news: http://www.focus-economics.com/commodities/energy Brent crude oil price outlook: http://www.focus-economics.com/commodities/ene...
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The WTI Crude Oil market has been noisy during Monday trading, falling significantly but finding buyers later in the day. I think at this point, it looks as if the $61.50 level will continue to attract traders and is essentially the “fair value” level that we are trading at. If we can break out above the $64 level, I might be more inclined to buy, but in the meantime, I think it’s likely that we will bounce around between $63 on the top, and $60 on the bottom. I suspect that we continue to see a lot of noise in the market, but ultimately, I believe that breaking below the trendline is a sign that we will probably go lower eventually. Once we break down below $58 the bottom in this market could fall out rather quickly. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
The WTI Crude Oil market initially tried to rally during Tuesday but rolled over to slam into the uptrend line that I have marked on the chart. I think that the market could be an interesting level right now, because the uptrend line being broken to the downside could be a major signal that we are going lower. The $60 level coincides nicely with it, so if we break down below there, we probably go down to the $58 level initially, which being broken to the downside would be extraordinarily negative and send this market even lower. If we bounce from here, we need to clear the $62 level for me to be convinced that the upside is going to continue to attract buyers. At this point, it does look like we are struggling so I think the next couple of sessions will be very important. for more analysi...
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The WTI Crude Oil market fell significantly during the session on Monday, dropping 2%. However, there is plenty of support just below at the $63 level, and from what I suspect, the $62 level as there is an uptrend line there. I believe that if we can stay above the uptrend line, the market will eventually bounce and give us an opportunity to go long. It is because of this that I am not willing to short the oil market, and this being the case I am on the sidelines for the next 24 hours. If we form a hammer or some type of supportive candle from the $63 level, I am more than likely going to jump into this market and start buying again. However, if we break down below the uptrend line, then I think the market will probably drop to the $58 level. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
The WTI Crude Oil market fell again during the trading session on Thursday, dropping almost 2%. We are currently testing the $60 handle, and I believe that suggests that we are going to fall towards the $58 level next. If we bounce from here, it’s likely that we will find plenty of sellers above, as we have recently broken through a major uptrend line and therefore I think the sellers are going to continue to get very aggressive. A breakdown below the $58 level frees this market to go down to the $56 level, followed by the $55 level. At this point, I don’t have much in the way of an idea for buying, and at this point in time I think that the $64 level would offer a bit of a ceiling in this market. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
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.
The WTI Crude Oil market broke down significantly during the trading session on Wednesday, as we sliced below the shooting star from the Tuesday session. The market reached down to the $61 level, but I think that we could roll over towards the $60 level next, which extends down to the $58 level after that. If we can break down below the $58 level, this market could unwind rather significantly. Currently, it looks as if the breaking of the uptrend line and the retest of it suggests that we are going to see this market break down quite a bit. At this point, I think that any rally that appears is probably going to be yet another selling opportunity. If we were to break above the $64 level, then I might be convinced to start buying again. Right now, that looks very unlikely. for more analysis...
The WTI Crude Oil market has broken down significantly during the day on Tuesday, breaking below the bottom of the hammer that had formed on Monday. We were trying to break above the uptrend line that should now offer resistance, and by the end of the day it has shown that we have seen that exact scenario. By breaking below the bottom of the hammer, that forms a “hanging man” for Monday, and I believe that we are going to fall from here based upon not only that, but the fact that we have closed at the very bottom of the range for the day. Because of this, I anticipate that oil markets will go to $61, and then eventually $60. I believe that the $58 level gets targeted next. With US producers ready to become the largest producers of crude oil in the world by 2019, it’s very likely that oil c...
The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell on Friday, but just as we had seen on Thursday, buyers came in just above the $60 handle. While the market looks very negative at one point during the day, it obviously turned around as we close slightly higher. Ultimately, I think if we can break above the $62 level, the market could very well go looking towards the $64 level above. The previous uptrend line being broken to the downside is negative obviously, so it’s not until we break above that uptrend line that I would be bullish again. If we break down below the bottom of the hammer from both the Thursday and Friday session, the market will certainly unwind at that point, reaching down to at least the $58 level, if not lower levels. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
The WTI Crude Oil market rallied on Friday, as the EIA numbers have come out a bit surprising. However, we are testing the bottom of the previous uptrend, and I think that we could see some sellers in this area. Even if we don’t get that selling, I think that exhaustive candle’s just above will give me an opportunity to short again. I don’t like buying this market, because a lot of the things that are driving it higher are short-term based. There have been disruptions in the Libyan markets, but until we make a “higher high”, we have not proven ourselves overly bullish. I wouldn’t short here, but I need to see some type of exhaustive daily candle to start putting that money to work. If we made a fresh new high, then of course it’s a buy signal. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
The WTI Crude Oil market exploded to the upside, gaining 3% on Friday as the jobs number came out much stronger than anticipated. Ultimately, there is a significant amount of resistance above though, as the shooting star has shown signs of exhaustion a week ago. I think that the market should roll over and go back towards the $60 handle, but if we managed to break above the $63 level, we could see this market go towards the $64 handle, and perhaps even the $65 handle. Otherwise, I think that the sellers coming in and push this market towards the $58 level which I see as the bottom right now. We have recently broken below a major trend line, and I think we are winding up for a lower move, but time will tell. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
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 ...
The WTI Crude Oil market rallied a bit during the trading session on Friday, as we continue to see strength in the crude oil market. The falling US dollar has a lot to do with this as well as the overall demand does. I think that the market should be an opportunity to buy on dips, with the $64 level being massively supportive. I believe that we are probably going to go to the next large, round, psychologically significant number, reaching towards the $70 handle above. I think that if we do break down below the $63 level, the market probably breaks down to the $60 level. Pay attention to these levels, they give you a bit of a roadmap as to where we go next. I suspect we will probably see a little bit of consolidation with an upward bias over the next 24 hours. for more analysis: http://www...
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...
The WTI Crude Oil market has gone back and forth during the session on Thursday, but most importantly, we have seen support just above the $60 level. The resulting candle is a bit of a hammer, and if we can break above the top of this hammer, the market could go to the $64 level above. I think that the $65 level above is even more resistive as it is where the previous uptrend line coincides with a price. I ultimately believe that the market will find sellers, especially considering that the Americans are pumping out so much supply. The US dollar strengthening will also work against the oil market if it continues. If we break down below the bottom of the hammer, that is a selling opportunity just below the $60 handle. If we get some type of rally and see exhaustion, that is a selling opport...
The WTI Crude Oil market initially rally during the trading session on Tuesday but turned around to form a shooting star. The shooting star of course is a negative sign, and I think at this point were going to continue to go back and forth in a tight range around the $62 level. On the daily chart, you can clearly see that we have broken through an uptrend line, come back to retest that level, and then has fallen again. If we break down below the $60 level, I think that will be the catalyst to send this market much lower. Over supply continues to be an issue, but right now I think at this point it’s likely that we will see more sideways action with a negative attitude than anything else. A breakdown below the $58 level allows this market to drop much further. for more analysis: http://www....
The WTI Crude Oil market has rallied a bit during the trading session on Thursday, on the back of a more bullish than anticipated inventory announcement. I believe that the market is going to run into a bit of trouble just above, as we have just at the 20 SMA, and the previous uptrend line which should now be resistive. I believe that the market will continue to find plenty of reason to roll over, even though the inventory number was bullish. This is because we are starting to see more American drillers coming into the market, and I feel it’s only a matter of time before the supply overwhelms the demand. I believe that the market will probably go down to the $60 level, perhaps even lower, perhaps down to the $68 level. for more analysis: http://www.dailyforex.com
Oil markets initially fell during the day on Friday, and as we had formed a shooting star on Thursday, it looks like we may be getting a bit of a pullback. However, we turned around and rallied significantly as the US dollar fell. It now looks as if the market is going to try to reach towards the $65 level above, a psychologically important level. I think pullbacks continue to be an opportunity to take advantage of the overall uptrend, but I recognize that we are getting overextended to say the least. I would much prefer to see a significant pullback that a wind look at as a value play, and with the Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count figures extending American production, I think that although we are bullish, you will have to be very tight with your stops. A break above $65 opens the door to the $...
The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell on Friday but turned around to form a hammer. The uptrend line that had previously held this market up seems to be resistive, and we cannot break above it on Friday. This is market memory at its best, and I think that the next couple of sessions will be very important. If we can break above the uptrend line, the market could go as high as $65, but I think that will be a bit too resistive. Alternately, if we break down below the hammer for the Friday session, that should turn things into a “hangman”, and send this market down to the $58 level. Beyond there, we could break down significantly. When you look at the stochastic oscillator, it does suggest that perhaps we are ready to cross over and drop. Either way, I don’t have any interest in buying, and...
The WTI Crude Oil market initially fell during the Tuesday trading session, but we turned around a break above the top of the neutral candle from the Monday session. If we can break above the range for the day, I think it’s only a matter of time before we test the vital $55 level above. That is an area that should be resistive, but I think it’s only a matter of time before we break above there and extend the gains. In the short term, we could very easily see some type of pull back, but I believe that will be thought of as value. It’s not until we break down below the $53 level that I would be concerned in general. Even then, I suspect that the $50 level will continue to be even more supportive. A lot of hedge funds that I speak to have been getting bullish of this market, and I think we wi...
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