Commercial Traders Defend $80 per Barrel Support in Crude Oil Futures
Commitment of Traders Report Shows Commercials as Willing Buyers on Crude Oil Declinecrude oil production filling the westward supply gap. See Global Glut Going Nowhere.
The market finally gave way to fundamentals and fell after spending March and April above $100 per barrel. Like most markets, swings tend to go too far in either direction and that is what we’re seeing now.
Commercial traders have been active buyers below $90 per barrel and I expect this to continue. We will be buying August crude oil futures and placing a protective sell stop below the swing low of $81.39.
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