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3 hours ago, Azeemulhasan said:

WTI would either Bullish or bearish ? Suggestion please

 

Our Analysts post daily on their thoughts of WTI movement which you can check here: https://www.ig.com/uk/tag/commodities

 

But you will be able to find forums on what other traders are looking at when trading WTI 

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Guest Cade

I'm surprised at how well the June contract WTI is holding up, given that it expires next week. Judging from April 20 crash of the May contract. I'm standing aside and watching. Though I have to say current prices smack of some sort of manipulation June and July WTI only 20c difference.

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On 15/05/2020 at 05:46, Azeemulhasan said:

WTI would either Bullish or bearish ? Suggestion please

 

i think it's important before opening a position to at least have a view - it might be right or wrong, hence the helpfulness of the various forums to get a better idea. 

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Guest Jules

If it breaks 3030 then bullish, if not, then bearish back to 27 if not more!!

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