Friday, April 17, 2009

Crude OIL What Next (Chart)


The trading range for crude oil continues to narrow. Support is now at $50 a barrel and resistance is around $56 basis the June futures contract.

The daily chart continues to show congestion and a breakout or breakdown is needed before a change in direction can be predicted.

The monthly chart shows a similar pattern with a major congestion over the last 4 months. A breakout above 56 is likely to result in an almost immediate rise to $60 a barrel.

The recent surges in copper and soybeans lead me to believe that crude oil is heading higher soon. It will be worthwhile to watch if the seasonal demand for gasoline kicks in as weather improves.

June Crude Oil Monthly 417



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June Crude Oil Futures, Daily chart, Bands
Crude OIL Chart 417
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