On the WTI oil we can see that the price has broken below the 54.00 level, but it retraces to that same leve which acts as resistance. If the price bounces back down from the 54.00 level, then it could form a breakout-pullback pattern and the price could fall to the 50.50 zone. Below the 50.50 level, its next support could be the 49.00 level. 😄 [img][/img]
WTI oil keeps heading higher to the 61.00 level, which could act as resistance in the short term, but the 55 day EMA has crossed above the 200 day EMA, forming a golden cross, which has bullish implications in the long term.
High volatility on WTI oil and a big drop from the 65.00 zone to the 55 day EMA, just below the 60.00 level. The moving average may act as a support, but if it continues dropping, then the 57.00 zone may be its next support.
WTI oil tried to break above the 54.00 level, but leaves a fake breakout and comes back down. The 52.00 level could act as support, but to the upside the 55 day EMA could act as resistance, followed by the 200 day EMA around the 57.00 level.
WTI oil keeps dropping and completes 5 consecutive sessions falling, but the 46,25 could act as support. In case of continuing lower, the 44,43 level could act as support. To the upside, the 50.00 level could act as resistance.
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