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Published 2/25/16 10:09 am central – Crude Short Recap
For those who were looking at the Crude zone setup, the short selling has been rewarded. The zone highlighted selling @ 31.50 area and we just put in some recent lows @ 31.07. That is +43 cents or $430 per contract on this trade.
The market is currently trading @ 31.09 so I would suggest looking to update your stop to break even or look to take off this quick profitable trade. We could get some resistance @ the 31.00 level. The previous Sell zone at these levels was @ 30.90 so if you are looking to for further downside, that will need to be broken.
30 Min SnapShot Chart Crude: (click for larger new window)
Published 2/25/16 8:46 am central – Crude levels sent out
For those who are looking for some short-term levels on crude oil. We have a buy zone and sell zone outlined below. Remember in Crude Oil, each penny or tick is $10 so a $1.00 move is $1000. On this setup, the risk levels for the buy or sell is around 50 cents, so $500. Crude does have a mini contract that is half the size, so if any of these updates seem like to much risk you can always look to follow using a mini contract.
I am going to try and start sending or atleast updating levels for several other markets that will be available on my blog. So I can include all those links in one email as opposed to emailing for every single update. The ES levels will remain as is, as many people trade that over other markets.
30 Min SnapShot Chart Crude:
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