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Crude Oil Breaks the short term bearish trend line

Crude Oil Breaks the short term bearish trend line

We have entered a Long Trade based on Bullish Cypher pattern and we reached our second target. Crude Oil prices broke the bearish trend line on H4 chart. The bullish move was triggered by the trade talk optimism. Crude Oil March Contracts are trading at 53.13.

We add long at 53.13 and our targets 53.90 and 54.50. Stop Loss: 52.20

Update: We have reached the targets. We close this trade. We have published the forecast update.

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