Commodity Chart Of The Day
Daily Crude Oil
It is too early to dive into bullish positions head first, but a base may be forming -- at least enough for a bounce to the down sloping trend line. In recent sessions, I've advised bearish trades to exit. For the last seven sessions, futures have been establishing a base. On a settlement above $87/barrel in the December contract, it would be signal that an interim bottom is in, in my eyes. The orange line, identified as the 8 day MA, has also served as resistance for the last two weeks. So as we retake that hurdle, that would also help the bullish case.
A return to the 50% Fibonacci level and the trend line puts this contract back near $89.50. Not necessarily the start of a bull market, but enough action for a quick long trade in either futures or options for nimble traders. Aggressive traders should gain light bullish exposure, trying to capitalize on an appreciation in the weeks to come.
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