Similar analysis as my other charts, Oil previously crashed and hit the bottom at this level. I see many indications that this will fall again and potentially hit the bottom.
Price is constantly testing support and now consolidating. Once price has broken support its a big sell.
US crude oil - H4 chart - I prefer shorts due to bearish structure on H4 time frame. Main trend is still bullish so this is a reversal setup on daily time frame but with-trend pull back setup on H4 so quick swing with great risk to reward.
Us crude oil - H4 timeframe. I see a pull back move in play on the weekly timeframe with targets of 52.60. On the H4 chart, I have identified a break-out pattern with a demand zone holding. Target is 52.50 and stops at 50, risk to reward 1:5
US crude oil longs in play - In my view, the weekly bearish trend is broken and the daily trend is now in a bullish structure. I see oil reaching 50s before stopping for another pull back then rallying again to 52s.
Hello everyone. I hope it goes all well for You. I have been working this set up out this evening. Crude Oil seems to be struggling and is not giving us a wild rally eventhough we had two consecutive very bullish stockpile reports. The first one that came out on July the 6th has not endured the bears pressure and session closed much lower than the days high....
Short-term consolidation is underway, with Crude Oil prices currently balanced around the USD47.20, (61.8%) Fibonacci retracement.
However downside risks remain in force as bearish weekly studies deepen.
Further weakness is looked for, with a break below the USD47.01 low of 22 March opening up the USD45.28, (76.4%) retracement. Still lower is the USD44.82 low of...
Crude Oil prices have bounced from the USD44.82 low of 29 November, with prices pushing above range highs at USD51.93 to reach USD52.42.
Mixed short-term studies suggest consolidation in the coming days, but improving momentum readings and the bullish Tension Indicator, (not shown), anticipate a later break, with subsequent focus turning to the USD53.25...
I'm looking to go short this morning, considering there may be more profit taking, and a risk off attitude before today's oil inventory data. Using the downward trend line as my stop, if we hold below, will look to target $50.
If we break above the downward resistance trend line (shown on chart), I'll reconsider for a long trade opportunity