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Crude Oil Futures - Mar 15 (CLH5)

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45.54 -0.69    (-1.49%)
9:10:52 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 46.23
  • Open: 45.74
  • Day's Range: 45.34 - 45.82
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Govindan Gurunathan
Govindan Gurunathan Jan 28, 2015 09:07AM GMT
GG.....i think crude oil is very weak. She has no energy to weap ay all,(METTUR DAM)
T82 TT
T82 TT Jan 28, 2015 09:10AM GMT
I entered a hedge position @ 49.20 Brent as the gap between WTI is so wide. I suspect it to get .50 smaller once the WTI dives again. Looking at selling at around 47 or less.

T82 TT
T82 TT Jan 28, 2015 08:47AM GMT
So what do you guys think, should I enter @ 49.00 Brent to hedge and sell at 47.50 or so? Do you think that's a good bet? Or the opposite, enter @ 47.50 Brent a buy position and sell at 49.00? Which one do you think is safer? Cheers!!
Peter Rattu
Peter Rattu Jan 28, 2015 08:53AM GMT
you think it's going to 49 today? i could do with a good rally to pick me up from yesterdays mistakes but i'm not planning on rushing in unless i see some movement.
T82 TT
T82 TT Jan 28, 2015 08:56AM GMT
Brent is 49 right now :)
Peter Rattu
Peter Rattu Jan 28, 2015 09:00AM GMT
interesting, i cant call it today, i'm considering sitting out for a few hours, not seeing any clear indicators.

Leon Zebroc
Leon Zebroc Jan 28, 2015 08:45AM GMT
It's not that hard, really, the chaart just repeats itself.
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