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  • Prev. Close: 66.76
  • Open: 67.29
  • Day's Range: 67.16 - 67.63
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Prev. Close66.76
MonthJan 19
Tick Size0.01
Open67.29
Contract Size1,000 Barrels
Tick Value10
Day's Range67.16 - 67.63
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolB
52 wk Range61.13 - 86.74
Settlement Day11/30/2018
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1-Year Change7.57%
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Satyam Kumar
Satyam Kumar 6 minutes ago
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changed SL to 67.15 ...
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Satyam Kumar
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Brought 20 lots at 67.40. tp 68, sl ,67
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So you are this guy who manipulates market :)
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Satyam Kumar
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I'm the guy who makes money :-)
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exit 15 lots @ 57.60, saving 5 lots for 57.80..will around 20 lots more at 67.40 once hit
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will buy around*
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will buy around*
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Darko Wigic
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I try to catch when market will finally understand it’s bearish since June and realize upaide risk is low.
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I opened small short i will wait hour to see how things are going andgo watch cartoons on TV.
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I mean that situation here is very similalr to 86 bubble. Very bearish EIA, jncrrase next day drop. Minda increase, and bum!
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Btw there are few news that Iraq resumed expoet from Kirkut 200kbd you can find this easly
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Satyam Kumar
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yeah market up
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A retracement is needed on bearish market. Daily chart has just confirmed bullish sentiment. Maybe 90s, as TG said are on the road. My lps are placed and more programmed for a eventual retest of the bottom. Remember patience is the key as used to say our KN. I am back.
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Do we have good news for gap?
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Neelam Dame
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When Market will open?
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Just Guessing
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Really hope we dont get a gap, hate gaps
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Arian MoSo
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yeah was one almost every day last week =)
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Buying and selling oil is complete gamble. But to prove that, we have not wasted time on education and we are using our brain n intelligence..... Jokers are doing lot of bla bla bla.... Like trump, opec, Iran, Africa, oil rigs, green energy etc etc. Ohohohohohohohoho....
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Fundamentaly crude should be 75 but i am happy with 67..... Enough to destroy manipulated stock markets and cartels around the world..... Hahahaha.....
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Satyam Kumar
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How many of you expecting gap up?
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gap will be very small i think
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Nice response... I agree with u Martin ... Aphex you are bit right but market is not 100% gamble there are some time when one shouldn't trade and wait for opportunities.. :-) . #Skip Gamble , Wait for insights meanwhile watch Netflix
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Thats what I was saying. I dont do gambling. The market at the moment is not about supply and demand and you and me made a lot of money on friday thanks to technical signals.
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old but interesting read https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-04-04/uncovering-the-secret-history-of-wall-street-s-largest-oil-trade
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Hi Guys, Had problem with writing comments but I assure you guys that I read all of yours :-).I see many discussion about oil price, Trump, SA , OPEC, Iran sanction and so on. Let's forget about feelings behind our investment and see the hole as general in a healthy market...
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D0slo, well you are right in ideal world. I mentioned in first line that the fri competition is part of healthy market, what is benefit  and negative effect of that in the countries (procedures / consumers) can be discussed.
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Masoud Jacob Define a "healthy" market. And no dear, oil is way too cheap, kept cheap for a century. Cheaper than a barrel of mineral water. Why do you think those unmentioned states are run the way they're run and why do you think US and earlier the City supported those states? These factors are not extraneous to the logic of market, they make up the market as it is in action.
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David Dortmond, well making history short it is about the money and power which causing the corruption. oil biz is very big, complicated and ugly , with that said, it is  still the cheapest energy source for now,  everybody (country)  and worlds economy is depending on that. free competition is what make the market healthy where procedures compete for the market with adjusting the price. we follow the existed system rules and logic based on that (what is presented) but it dosn't mean that it is correct!
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testing to see if my comment appears !
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I am on holiday now but read that oil might be more linked to DXY recently again (reversed). Can you see that?
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Arian MoSo, god day man... I agree with you due to largest US dept holder dumping their american dept lately (russia, china, japan, etc..) . So sooner or later we will see the effect.
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According to that, how might it affect the oil price? Going up when dollar loses?
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Arian MoSo
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aphex Think dollar is just a small factor in number of other matters. When it reached 85 dollar was pretty high imo, so its difficult to trade based on the dollar only.
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Guys. It isnt about supply/demand right now. It is a competition between Western money men influenced by powerful political figures against Saudi Arabia and her allies..
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Arian MoSo
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https://www.barrons.com/articles/why-the-slump-in-oil-prices-is-not-signaling-a-recession-1542448800
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aphex but every Countries demand is increasing day be day India has announced that it will need to increase import bills by 7% next year because they even don’t have storages like China
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I have believed for a while that we are heading into a recession and it will be a surprise to "everyone". In any event, not seeing the drop being part of that reason, so I am still waiting.
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The whole scenario from the article totally ignores the signs of recession, the question is how strong does it hit and your invreasing demand figures can changer overnight. What we know at the moment is there are tarrifs, slowing down world economy and increasing inflation, also losing stockmarkets. The only positive favt of ultra low unenmployment rates can change quickly. We can have this conversation when we are heading towards 80$ despite the facts around.
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I'm shure someone just reads all the comments and puts fums down haha
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Thumbs* prodictive text
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-deals-on-iran-oil-dampen-prices-spark-clash-with-saudis-1542396490
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-deals-on-iran-oil-dampen-prices-spark-clash-with-saudis-1542396490?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/J88JU5IzT2
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Fundamentaly crude should be 75..... But i am happy with 67..... Enough to destroy manipulated stock markets and cartels around the world.... Hahahaha....
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Stop spamming
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Brent will go below 60 internal news
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Dhananjay Pradhan You didnt respond to my question and if its "internal" why are you sharing it. I bet your employer can penalzie you under the contract for sharing it to nobodys on investing
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Yes there’s such possibilty, but very hard to achive it. Most it can down is 64.30
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Lesson 1: never say never.
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https://seekingalpha.com/amp/article/4222946-saudis-got-trumped-watch-happens-next?__twitter_impression=true
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