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Crude Oil Forecast and Trade Plan

Crude Oil Forecast and Trade Plan

Published: 07-25-2018


  • Growing US- Iran tensions may support crude oil prices. In reality, Iran cannot block the Strait of Hormuz but this rhetoric still affects the market through speculative spikes and drops.
  • On the other side, the API report shows the decline on the inventories.
  • The market has also been supported by a report from the International Monetary Fund about skyrocketing inflation in Venezuela, limiting its ability to boost oil output  – Reuters –


Crude Oil is trying to break above EMA 50 on the H4 Chart. It is above MA 200 on the H1 Chart. If Crude Oil makes an H1 Closing above 69.00, it will the indicator of the a new Bullish Move.

So Our Trade Setup is :


ENTRY: 69.00 ( Wait for a hourly closing above 69.00)

STOP: 67.50

TARGET 1: 70.80

TARGET 2: 72.40



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