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Crude Oil Futures - Apr 15 (CLJ5)

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49.37 -0.07    (-0.14%)
23:25:32 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 49.44
  • Open: 49.55
  • Day's Range: 49.23 - 49.55
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Time Frame:
01/30/2015 - 03/01/2015
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Mar 01, 2015 49.37 49.54 49.54 49.22 - -0.14%
Feb 27, 2015 49.44 48.87 49.91 48.49 - 1.16%
Feb 26, 2015 48.87 50.92 50.94 47.84 - -4.01%
Feb 25, 2015 50.91 49.23 51.22 48.49 - 3.45%
Feb 24, 2015 49.21 49.37 50.30 48.72 - -0.30%
Feb 23, 2015 49.36 50.40 50.97 48.68 - -2.05%
Feb 22, 2015 50.40 50.73 50.76 50.27 - -0.82%
Feb 20, 2015 50.81 52.14 52.49 50.71 - -1.97%
Feb 19, 2015 51.83 51.25 52.72 49.82 554.33K -1.87%
Feb 18, 2015 52.82 54.05 54.22 51.00 280.31K -2.71%
Feb 17, 2015 54.29 53.50 54.92 51.64 278.39K 1.27%
Feb 16, 2015 53.61 54.04 54.08 52.92 - -0.82%
Feb 15, 2015 54.06 53.75 54.42 53.71 - 0.72%
Feb 13, 2015 53.67 52.21 54.35 51.96 225.17K 2.89%
Feb 12, 2015 52.16 50.32 52.52 50.07 270.20K 4.78%
Feb 11, 2015 49.78 51.95 52.00 48.93 231.10K -2.26%
Feb 10, 2015 50.93 53.25 53.45 50.75 219.61K -5.11%
Feb 09, 2015 53.67 53.05 54.71 52.45 248.74K 2.23%
Feb 06, 2015 52.50 51.76 53.98 51.58 189.11K 2.32%
Feb 05, 2015 51.31 49.64 52.92 48.20 149.77K 4.08%
Feb 04, 2015 49.30 52.78 53.38 48.81 137.92K -8.47%
Feb 03, 2015 53.86 50.62 55.05 50.56 137.42K 6.76%
Feb 02, 2015 50.45 48.62 51.29 47.46 117.41K 2.98%
Highest: 55.05 Lowest: 47.46 Difference: 7.59 Average: 51.42 Change %: 2.11

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george Wendy
george Wendy Mar 01, 2015 11:22PM GMT
They may start export to mexico that would be a game changer, wti versus brent
The Prophet
The Prophet Mar 01, 2015 11:25PM GMT
The US imports oil from Mexico, unlikely that will reverse anytime soon.

Shah Alam
Shah Alam Mar 01, 2015 10:52PM GMT
Lets say hypothetically oil goes down to $40 and Bull purchases a series of systematically and equally purchase(s) at $48, then $46, Then $44, then $42, and $40 , his avg cost would be $44 and sell it to the market $45++ some time in the future then bull has good possibility of gaining. On the other hand shorting oil at $49 what is guarantee that it will go down to $40<. If the price shots up some reason more than $49 then bear will loose. And if the price goes even below $40, bull has to wait to break even and will be able to recoup? Any point of view of the scenario that how it may play out? Question is who (Bull or Bear) has better probability of success/ risk at this stage, Bull or Bear? Any suggestions.
Todd Investor
Todd Investor Mar 01, 2015 11:04PM GMT
Time is the friend to the bull but one must be prepared to wait 6 months or more.
Walking Dead
Walking Dead Mar 01, 2015 11:11PM GMT
AGREE WITH TODD AGREE WITH TODD IF YOU DONT TODD AND HIS ARMY OF TODD OTHER NAMES WILL ATTACK YOU THEY WILL HUNT YOU DOWN THEY WILL SLAM YOUR POSTS THERES 6 OF THEM NOW LOOK OUT!
Crude  Trader
Crude Trader Mar 01, 2015 11:16PM GMT
Big assumption there ... what if you keep buying as it is falling and it continues to fall another 10 or 20 dollars. people were saying the exact same thing you were saying when crude was around 90 last fall. it can't do any lower and then boom ... either way long or short has it's risk ... risk management and money management are important
Todd Investor
Todd Investor Mar 01, 2015 11:21PM GMT
At $90 rig counts weren't cratering...
Retired  Broker
Retired Broker Mar 01, 2015 11:22PM GMT
People use the op's post as an argument against shorting in general. Fact is falling mkts drop faster than rising mkts go up. You usually get a much faster return on investment.
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Mar 01, 2015 09:55PM GMT
the pro I'm confused now, am i accused of being a hater or sarcasm ? The fact i was being sarcastic about your profile name, giving your sarcasm to my extreme Bearish prediction. although based on you profile name, you are someone who thinks, he knows it all.
igolong ab
igolong ab Mar 01, 2015 10:43PM GMT
MH dont feed him, it would be a shame to see your valuable input in this forum adversely affected by childish jibberish
Retired  Broker
Retired Broker Mar 01, 2015 11:18PM GMT
Don't feed the troll MH, take my word for it, it's not worth it. Think of them as a piece of gum stuck to the bottom of your shoe.
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