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54.43 +0.49    +0.91%
02/12 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 54.43
  • Open: 53.68
  • Day's Range: 52.84 - 54.50
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Rick Simon
Rick Simon 2 hours ago
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Going for a short on Monday as soon as market opens. This is way beyond overbought.
Kristofer Kostanjsek
Kristofer Kostanjsek 2 hours ago
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What do you rhink, will it go under 52 ?
Rick Simon
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I dont think so. It will weaken, but it wont be a fast downward slope. After the hype of 28th Nov, on 29th and 30th prices were settling from the huge upward spike. I believe I can draw a trendline from current 54,4ish to about 50 in two weeks. Bears will not be as sudden as bulls after OPEC. Just my opinion.
Sun Doan
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Good idea, people sold then it goes up, and now more buyers covered and long so, it must goes down
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It happens the same like Dust goes up to 56 -57 then down to 50 - 51
Henrik Carlsson
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Can we have a gap down?
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rodolfo visser
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most respectable opinion in this blog are definetely bullish - I will listen and follow for the short time not for long IMO most (worldwide) have not counted yet the change Trump is bringing - from a very long time we might have a US president that minds american business first an maybe only - This is not business as usual as Clinton would have been - Trump will do all he can for american fuel only in US - takes time not sure he makes - but forget american paid growth outside US - US oil import is reducing - look EIA - the big customer is drying its purchases - I am sure orchestra will play again nex days not which music
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certainly I am not for over 60 ready to start shorting at 55 and go on every more dollar i.e 56, 57, 58.59,60. just take care of piggy bank able to hold that with strong winds against
Sun Doan
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Safety investors good job, long term oil must go down
Marcin Lis
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Huzaifa are you there?
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