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Crude Oil Forecast: Lack Of Demand, Trade Wars and Triangle Pattern

Crude Oil Forecast: Lack Of Demand, Trade Wars and Triangle Pattern

  • Lack of Global Oil Demand
  • Global Growth Concerns
  • Trade Wars

The Head and Shoulders Pattern worked as predicted and we have reached our intraday targets.

Crude Oil SHS Pattern

As seen on the headline daily chart, Crude Oil is trading in a triangle.

The upside is capped by SMA 200 AT 57.60 and SMA 100 at 59.20.

Breakout of the triangle at 53.00 could accelerate the bearish move. 51.65$ and 50.00$ will be tested.

On the smaller chart; bullish cypher is active.

56.25 is the key resistance and potential pullbacks towards the resistance can be used as a selling opportunities.

We have 2 emerging patterns on the smaller charts. I will post them as soon as they become validated.



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