Crude Oil Price Technical Analysis
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Crude Oil Price Technical Analysis
The WTI Crude market had a positive session on Wednesday again, as we continue to bounce around in a consolidation area. Looking at this chart, I can see that the $97.00 level begins a significant amount of resistance. I believe that this resistance area runs all the way up to the $98.00 level, and possibly even higher. There is a significant amount of noise from back in January in this general vicinity, so this isn't exactly unprecedented.
The WTI Crude market had a slightly negative session on Tuesday, continuing the lack of bullishness that we've seen over the last three days. The candlesticks for Friday and Monday both look very shaky at best, but I do see significant support at the $95.00 level. Going forward, I believe that this market is trying to run out of steam and start falling again, but until we get a close below the $95.00 level, I would be a bit hesitant to short this market.
The WTI Crude market tried to rally during the session on Monday, and while he did managed to break above the $97.00 level at one point in time, and you can see that the market got pushed back down. As a result, this candle that formed for the Monday session is indeed a shooting star, and does look very bullish at this point in time.
The WTI Crude market had a very strong showing during the session on Thursday, reclaiming all of the losses that we found in this marketplace on Wednesday. Ultimately, we close right around the $94.00 handle, and this of course suggests that the $95.00 level above will continue to be resistant as well.
The WTI markets fell during the session on Wednesday, as the inventory number in the United States came out much larger than expected. This of course affects the whole supply and demand equation when it comes to this market, and as a result it's not surprising to see this market fall.
The WTI Crude had a negative session on Tuesday, pulling back from just below the $95.00 level. I have been speculating recently that we may have just entered a previous consolidation area, and that we could see a bit of choppiness between the $92.00 level on the bottom, and the aforementioned $95.00 level on the top.
The WTI Crude market had a strong showing during the session on Monday again, smashing above and trying to break above the $95.00 handle. It is at the $95.00 level that I feel this market could go much higher if we get above.
The WTI market fell during much of the session on Friday, but as you can see bounced off the $92.00 level in order to form a hammer. This hammer is placed in an area that I find very interesting as it does suggest that perhaps the $92.00 level is now trying to act as support.
The WTI Crude market had a positive session during the Thursday trading day, as we continue to grind away higher. Quite frankly, I am surprise that we managed to break above the $92.50 level, as I suspected that would be resistive enough to keep prices away.
The WTI Crude Oil market rose during the session on Wednesday, reaching the $91.55 level by the end of the session. I have recently mentioned that the $92.00 level would be the beginning of significant resistance, and they do feel that it is a "zone" all the way up to the $92.50 level.
The WTI Crude market had a positive session on Tuesday, breaking above the $89.50 level. This move suggests that we are going to see continued bullishness in this marketplace, and could very well see a move to the $90.00 level over the course of the next session or two.
The WTI Crude Oil market rose during the session on Monday, breaking the top of the shooting star that had formed on Friday. This is obviously a very bullish sign, but I still am a little bit leery of going long at this point in time.
The WTI Crude market went back and forth during the session on Friday, essentially hovering around the $80.25 level. This market looks like it's trying to consolidate, probably between $89.00 level and the $86.00 level.
The WTI Crude market had a fairly decent bounce during the session on Thursday, as we saw the market break above the $88.00 level. However, the market is still fairly weak as far as I can tell, even though we sit on top of a relatively messy cluster that had formed way back in November of 2012.
The WTI Crude market fell during the session on Wednesday, breaking below the $87.00 level. Within this chart, you can see that in the after hours we are continuing the weakness, and a break of the $86.00 level wouldn't be surprising, and it would be very bearish.