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Crude Oil Price action analysis on 4h chart shows accumulation Phase

Crude Oil – Tug of war between Bulls and Bears with a mix of Macro factors

By Trading Predator August 23rd, 2018 No Comments

Again in the energy segment, Crude Oil is taking the spot light. Recent Inventory reports and US – Iran sanction drama has kept the Investors astray on Oil prices. Global Crude Oil benchmarks posted a fourth straight gain matching its longest short-term rally since July 20. But still in the Intermediate time frame, Oil prices

Crude Oil Price action trading near Resistance zone, Obstacle for Bulls

Crude Oil Price action – Peak Resistance zone is an Obstacle for Bulls

By Trading Predator April 11th, 2018 No Comments

After constantly trending upside for nearly a Year, Crude Oil prices are witnessing volatility and sideways Price action. Trend has terminated into sideways or Range bound. We can clearly see a range bound market structure on Daily chart spanning since Feb 2018. Trend trading strategies which were performing better in the trend structure is no

A Price action trading Setup in Crude Oil Mcx

Crude Oil is trading at an Inflection point on Daily chart

By Trading Predator February 7th, 2017 No Comments

Crude Oil can offer a Price action trading setup as it edges near the Inflection point at 55.00. Inflection point or Decision Point is a Potential support or resistance level which can shape the entire Market structure and direction in coming days. Identifying such Inflection points requires skill and patience of a Price action trader.

Crude oil top or bottom

MCX Crude Oil Trading OPEC is on Spot light again!

By Trading Predator August 19th, 2016 No Comments

MCX Crude Oil prices rose 3.1% and currently trading around 3650.00. Price action is just slightly below the previous month’s high 3300.00 might possibly test the key level. Oil has risen 20% from a low in early august ahead of OPEC Announcements. Market sentiment is once again driven by geopolitics and news events from OPEC.