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Brent Oil Futures - Mar 15 (LCOH5)

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47.80 -0.36    (-0.75%)
8:20:44 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 48.16
  • Open: 48.15
  • Day's Range: 47.70 - 48.38
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Arthur Ostrander
Arthur Ostrander Jan 22, 2015 08:31PM GMT
It is just the easy trade is over, up or down from here you will have to earn it.
Lars Olofsson
Lars Olofsson Jan 23, 2015 02:47PM GMT
You are right.. . The trading range seems to be between 48-50 dollar or to be more exact 48,5 - 49,5 dollar.. . Time to do bull/bear x 5 leverage trading and go in and out of the trade and also use stop loss for security.. . It´s not a piece of cake anymore just following the flow, now one has to be alert and on top of it.. . Wich all of you a nice weekend!

Lars Olofsson
Lars Olofsson Jan 21, 2015 03:00PM GMT
No use to short oil anymore.. . The "plunge protection team" is now in place protecting the price from falling that is obvious.. . They are scared that falling oilprices will trigger a broader collapse in the economy
Retired  Broker
Retired Broker Jan 21, 2015 04:17PM GMT
Help, Help, the paranoids are after me :)
Lars Olofsson
Lars Olofsson Jan 21, 2015 04:29PM GMT
Have you ever heard of or seen the manipulation in the precious metals market?. That´s not even a secret anymore, everyone knows that it´s going on in order to prop up the dollar.. You are realy naive and gullible if you think the markets are totally free from manipulation and I can also understand why you are a "retired broker". . Have you ever herad of the FED.s "plunge protection team"
Retired  Broker
Retired Broker Jan 21, 2015 04:34PM GMT
What a clown, you have to resort to insults to make your point. Egomaniac.
Craig Saft
Craig Saft Jan 22, 2015 11:53AM GMT
Lars you are correct, the oil market is massively manipulated, I have been trading for a while and it is quite obvious that the bots are in total control and are enabled to "see" the smallest individual trader and move prices to take our money in the very short term. I have seen over and over price hold against my single contract and then move immediately upon my disposition of that single contract. If I hold out it will eventually move in the direction market needs, but it is reluctantly if I am making money. It is truly amazing how my minuscule orders and positions can move a massive market. Sounds paranoid, but I have seen it too many times
Lars Olofsson
Lars Olofsson Jan 22, 2015 11:58AM GMT
You are talking about insults first telling me I´m paranoid and then calling me a clown?. Let´s see who´s going to be right.. I´m sure the "orchestrated and manipulated bottom" is about 48 dollars.. That´s enough to cause some bancrupt shale and fracking companies and also to cause serious problems to the lending banks of these companies.. . All of this is a setup and excuse for a new round of QE in the US to bail out these entities.
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Lars Olofsson
Lars Olofsson Jan 20, 2015 09:13PM GMT
The Saudis have the lowest production cost in the world and they could live with 20 dollar oil for a while in order to knock out some competitors.. The Iranians could live with 25 dollar oil for a while.. The Russians and Iraqies as well as the USA shale and fracking industry are producing at full cylinders and the world is awash in oil.. . At the same time the global production wheels are turning slower than ever.. . This is a very big accident waiting to happen that will dvarf 2008.
Arthur Ostrander
Arthur Ostrander Jan 22, 2015 09:48PM GMT
The world has lived with low oil price before. As in all commodities there are winners and losers..
Who I AM
Who I AM Jan 23, 2015 05:33AM GMT
I think saudis need 100 per barrel and Iran need 110 per barrel.
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