Crude Oil Futures - Oct 15 (CLV5)

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45.25 +2.69    +6.31%
28/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 42.56
  • Open: 42.76
  • Day's Range: 41.81 - 45.88
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steven christopher
steven christopher 1 hour ago
Crude Oil Prices Fluctuate between $38 and $40 per Barrel http://finance.yahoo.com/news/crude-oil-prices-fluctuate-between-030717467.html. . What West Texas producers are saying about $40 oil http://www.cnbc.com/2015/08/27/what-west-texas-producers-are-saying-about-40-oil.html
Yamamoto Kotaro
Yamamoto Kotaro 1 hour ago
You can read an article at reuters.com whose title is Traders see over 50 percent chance on October rate hike. Commodities price are very vulnerable to rate hikes.
Oracle Of Alberta
Oracle Of Alberta 1 hour ago
Yamamoto, what up with the rate hike...you have been saying this all day in almost every post. The Fed has been talking about rate hikes for years...and years... I'm sure you have heard and it's no surprise, right? Get the feeling your trapped in a short position and really hoping a rate hike will help you out. Personally I don't see a rate hike till 2016 some time if at all. I believe the US still considers the global economy and what a rate hike would do elsewhere, not just the US. Thus, till other economy's recover a bit, ie china, I dont see them raising rates. A recover will not be in time for the final meeting of the year in December and who wants to be the Grinch that raised rates...Start looking at January forward for the next date
Dale Strnad
Dale Strnad 1 hour ago
Angelo, takes time to know your self on how you personally trade. Took me about three years to actualy make money trading. Theres so many ways to trade. Heres an idea though: Instead of using uwti and dwti, try using sco and Uso. You can also play Dbo and short Oil. Once you get your stratagey down, then jump up to the x3 ETN. What helps too is be sure if you are a bear or bull. You will always win in commodities trading if you play with a hedge and cost average the loser. Takes alot more time, and not as fun as some of these hotrods who day trade, but its alot safer and you should average 60-100% returns per year. However, this is what works for me.
Angelo Bertolli
Angelo Bertolli 1 hour ago
Thanks. What do you think about times when you are somewhat neutral on oil?
Dale Strnad
Dale Strnad 31 minutes ago
Im never nutral. If a comidity is fare priced, i wont trade it. I.e. In my opinion, natgas and oil are oversold, so im a bull. A couple years ago when natgas was jumping high, i knew it was over bought, so i shorted it. You'll have to pick your own targets so you can trade what you know also.
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