If respite do not come for Brent Oil in terms of buyers to increase demand between 50 and 55.25, the black gold is likely to make a higher low at around 36 in a couple of months. Looking at the chart, it took Brent Oil about two and half years to rally from its low at 27.08 in January 2016 to its high at 86.72 during October 2018. Since after that, it has being on...
After taking profit at 72 and 70 on our recent short I'm now actively looking to go long from 70.80 so I have to wait for a pull back before entry.
Although it has been a bank holiday I still feel the outside bar is valid, showing strong rejection from the lower BB.
Decembers ascending trendline from the end of 2018 as you can see price has closed below it, I can see consolidation within the 4hr range and support. (green)
With price below this trend, along with the strong 65 area, the bottom of our macro range previously a support, now becoming resistance, i can't see this rallying further.
I feel there is too much...
A bearish engulfing daily candlestick has confirmed the 20/50 DMA resistance zone
Scenario A) Wait for rebound up towards 74.50 and move off oversold conditions on 4hr chart
Scenario B) Follow 4hr trend lower as price breaks below 73
Brent crude had a dramatic 6% daily drop on Wednesday-
The break of a long term up-trendline is a likely precursor to more weakness.
Price rebounds from 72.50 support back towards 76 resistance.
Bearish action resumes from 76 or price continues higher into range
Price continues to fall below broken trend line with immediate break of 72.50
Although Canadian numbers came in VERY weak, oil prevented USDCAD from flying up to the moon and kept it contained. OPEC has agreed to a smaller than expected production boost, estimated 1m combined per day output increase. Technicals are pointing towards a minor correction, whether USDCAD will then continue up remains to be seen. 1.3383 is the latest high wick,...
Last post: June 4th. See chart.
Review: Price was pulling back to retest a previous pivot support level.
Update: Price attempted to break through support but failed producing a potential indecision candle today.
Conclusion: Looking for support to stay strong and for the bulls to make a move back up to $80.
Any comments or questions, do not hesitate to...
Last post: May 30th. See chart.
Review: Price was bouncing off support and heading back towards $80.
Update: Bullish strength was short-lived and the bears have taken price back to support.
Conclusion: We want to see support hold strong again and for price to break through $80 and then trend through to $100. Patience needed.
Any comments or questions, do...
Last post: May 27th. See chart.
Review: Price is in a bull trend but was pulling back after finding resistance at $80.
Update: Price has found support at a pivot level and we have seen strong bullish action today.
Conclusion: A potential bull flag is possible but need a break and close above $80 and the May pivot high to confirm that.
Any comments or...
This commodity is featuring for the first time on our TradingView blogs.
Current setup: Price has been in a bull trend since last year. Most recently, price broke out of consolidation in April and trended well to $80.
Conclusion: Price is struggling to break through $80. We will be standing aside until a break and close above $80 to add more long trades.
Brent entry long started, target 53.04, with a probability of 80%
BRENT - ADX / ADM - TS V. 2.8.4 - Intraday Levels for 09/08/17
ADM - Average Daily Movement - Intraday Levels
Entry on close 1H (hourly candle) ... if exceeded the indicated level
on the contract CBV17 - Oct '17
LONG if> 52.43
TP1 = 53.04
TP2 = 53.71
TP3 = 55.07
Stop Loss = 51.49...
Weakening in the short-term, stronger in the long-run.
In the scenario of a lower crude oil inventory and Opec and Russian Crude Oil Export cuts, we identify a trading opportunity for a long-term position. Brent crude oil could move back to the moving average levels of $53/bl to then reassume a bullish pattern.
The crude oil market continues oversupplied just...
With Brent having started a new bullish trend I am looking for chance to get long. Price is approaching an interesting area of support, and I will be watching for signs of strength. An ideal price is $46 as there is almost pip-perfect confluence with the 61.8% Fibonacci level.
Triangle pattern in Brent. Will be looking to trade a breakout by entering on a retest of support or resistance (role reversal), depending upon the direction of the move. Not much else to say here really - just a visual aid by which to look at price action in the coming few weeks.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record player, another bounce is on the cards. I say bounce because it's due to be "corrective", which means there will still be a new low to follow.
Currently we can see that the divergence on the MACD is even greater than when we were looking for the red wave iv, a MACD "buy" signal could provide a great entry for the short...