The price of WTI oil continues falling and completes nine consecutive sessions to the downside. The price of WTI oil breaks below the 200 week EMA at the 61.54 level and it is getting closer to the 60.00 level where it may find some support. But the bearish trend is still in place and the price may fall to the 58.00 level. On the other hand, the price is clearly overextended to the downside and prone to a correction. In case of a pullback, the 61.54 level where we can find the 200 week EMA, could act as resistance, followed by the 55 week EMA at the 64.46 level. The 55 day EMA has changed its direction to the downside and that is an indication of a trend reversal on the daily chart.
WTI oil continued dropping towards the 56.00 zone where it finds a good support, but consolidates around that level. The price is actually stuck between the 56.00 and the 58.00, but the bearish trend is still in place and it could go back down. Below the 56.00 level, the price of WTI oil has the road clear to the 49.00 level. Above the 58.00 level, its next resistance is still the 200 week EMA around the 61.35 level.
WTI oil has found a good resistance around the 57.00 level from where it may bounce to the downside, maybe towards the 53.00 level. To the upside, oil may find some resistance around the 60.10 level where we can find the 200 day and 200 week EMAs.
WTI oil makes a new daily high around the 57.90 level, probably trying to reach the moving average confluence zone between the 59.00 level and the 60.00 level. In that area we can find the 200 day exponential moving average along with the 55 week and 200 week.
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