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Crude Oil Futures - Mar 15 (CLH5)

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47.73 +3.19    (+7.17%)
30/01 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Barrel

  • Prev. Close: 44.53
  • Open: 44.52
  • Day's Range: 44.33 - 48.33
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jan 31, 2015 07:08PM GMT
i noticed everybody loves to rush to correct just for the hell it. as soon as they see half a sentence about something they are familiar with. immediately they want to reply and correct without even understanding or asking for clarification.

H Goldstein
H Goldstein Jan 31, 2015 05:50PM GMT
Somebody has waaaaaayyyyyy too much time on his hands. LOLOL

Retired  Broker
Retired Broker Jan 31, 2015 05:29PM GMT
So let's not forget that there is a seller for every buyer, I sell one, you buy one=open interest of one. So many people say there has to be more buyers than sellers for prices to rise. No and yes, there are always equal amounts but not at the same price. If we've had a last trade of 4700 and you put in a buy of 20 @ the mkt you will get filled at the next 20 offerings. If one is offered at 4701, you're filled, it goes up, if the next offering is for 10 at 4705, that's the next trade, you've now got 11, if the next offering is someone with 8 at 4715, you've now got 19 an our screens show 4715 as last trade almost immediately after 4700. If someone comes along and offers 10 at 4714, there's your last fill, the last trade will be 4714 with the mkt offered at 4714. If there are more buyers than sellers 4714 will be snapped up and the mkt will trade at the next offering. There are always dozens, maybe hundreds, sometimes thousands just above and below the mkt. When prices are rising offerings start getting cancelled causing prices to jump higher to where there are offerings. Why not everyone wants a better price. Add into the mix "locals", those that are independant traders and those that work for member firms. Their trading machines see all of the buy and sell orders above and below the mkt. They see the size and if they are "on stop" orders, or any other type. Simplified but that's how it works. In both directions.
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