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Crude Oil Futures - Aug 15 (CLQ5)

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55.52 -1.41    -2.48%
03/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 56.93
  • Open: 56.54
  • Day's Range: 55.42 - 56.78
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Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 06:20PM GMT
I must confess that I think it is so bizarre that the price of oil is tied to the USD, such a scam this is imho, likewise for all commodities and for certain, so what if Greece Y or N, quite frankly such has jack to do with anything .... seriously. However, the manipulators that fake the rules are in control. So, with that, carry on shorting oil for profits. Cheers.
tom carter
tom carter Jul 04, 2015 06:37PM GMT
charts, fundamentals, analysis all point down to the abyss davy, do not worry, finally the manipulators that kept this at 60, have left the building, they couldn't hold the bears back, and will have to let them free next week, oil to crash next week, this month and this year. oil going where it deserves, to 40 and below. a scam I know davy, but the USD will skyrocket next week, albeit I know you already know this
Philippe DC
Philippe DC Jul 04, 2015 06:41PM GMT
Sadam of Kadhafi had their idea of a golden currency, but we both know what happened to them, right? I’m indeed also amazed by the fact it’s so bizarre that the price of oil is tied to the USD … Politics HM, politics … and we can’t change it. Who was that guy who wrote a wallpaper today about the geopolitical influence on the price of oil? :)) I hope one day oil is finished, that the dollar and the euro will collapse and that we can start trading with potatoes ... but I don’t think Wall Street is up for that ;)
tom carter
tom carter Jul 04, 2015 06:43PM GMT
we will trade with gold and silver and other hard assets once the economy collapses, mark my words DC
Philippe DC
Philippe DC Jul 04, 2015 06:46PM GMT
TC, I rather give 5 potatoes, 2 camels and 3 sheep for 20 barrels of oil ... but my camels can't skyrocket though ... scam it is and it will always be like that …

Trevor Rubicon
Trevor Rubicon Jul 04, 2015 05:33PM GMT
All these crude noobs here who think oils going back down to 44 because it broke out of the channel by a dollar are going to cover there shorts faster then they placed them because it's summer and e dry time there's a draw in oil it's spikes up 4 percent, sell off is like I said an abundance of bad news compounded from a increase in oil stocks if that number was a decrease oil would've rose to 61.50, because other then the increase there was some bullish figures, 1. Gasoline use and production decrease that may pick up more and more significantly every week forward.
Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett Jul 04, 2015 05:46PM GMT
40, not 44, geez. Trevor, when posting, please post the facts. Thanks ;-)
Trevor Rubicon
Trevor Rubicon Jul 04, 2015 05:51PM GMT
davy you should short fbook it's def. a shotty stock and failing company who's users are flocking away because of privacy concerns
Trevor Rubicon
Trevor Rubicon Jul 04, 2015 05:52PM GMT
davy you should short fbook it's def. a shotty stock and failing company who's users are flocking away because of privacy concerns
tom carter
tom carter Jul 04, 2015 06:00PM GMT
please trevor, aka todd, just leave, oil crash in cue all through next week as davy says, absolute blood bath, the bulls wont know what hit them, and please davy, you know 35 is the true fact, albeit I bet you already know this, however 40 is just the start, and a good target that is for this month
Trevor Rubicon
Trevor Rubicon Jul 04, 2015 06:07PM GMT
Fair enough Tom but if there's a oil draw down and your holding a short would you cover it?
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Trevor Rubicon
Trevor Rubicon Jul 04, 2015 05:31PM GMT
All these crude noobs here who think oils going back down to 44 because it broke out of the channel by a dollar are going to cover there shorts faster then they placed them because it's summer and e dry time there's a draw in oil it's spikes up 4 percent, sell off is like I said an abundance of bad news compounded from a increase in oil stocks if that number was a decrease oil would've rose to 61.50, because other then the increase there was some bullish figures, 1. Gasoline use and production decrease that may pick up more and more significantly every week forward.
Justin Lohan
Justin Lohan Jul 04, 2015 06:15PM GMT
TODD, you're double posting.
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