Chart of the Week: Crude Oil Futures

Crude Oil Futures


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Kevin Lane of Technimentals observes:

Crude Oil futures hit the 200-day moving average 3 days ago (green line) and have bounced from their deeply oversold condition. The key to determine if the long-term uptrend is still in tact or if 2005 brings continued moderating crude prices will be how the commodity fairs with its recent broken overhead resistance zone (red lines) near $ 45.00. If it fails on this bounce to overtake that level and gets turned away again then we would say crude will continue to trade lower, our bet is it will fail and continue to moderate in 2005.

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  1. Viana commented on Apr 6

    The Light Sweet Crude Oil continue Bullish.
    The 55 USD support the price.
    The 53 USD if broken is a new bearish secundary trend. Is a P&F Double bottom break.
    The 58 USD broken to 59 is a P&F Double Top Borken a a Spread Triple Top Brokem with price objetive in 61/64USD.

    Take a look in chart:

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