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Morning,

Fairly new to day trading but doing pretty well so far but can someone please suggest the best source for "up to the minute" news on Crude Oil.

For example, I knew there was a meeting yesterday lunchtime re: OPEC+ Tech, but nothing came up with the results of the meeting until about 21:00 and I feel I missed out on yesterdays up lift due to this.

 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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1 minute ago, gball1975 said:

Morning,

Fairly new to day trading but doing pretty well so far but can someone please suggest the best source for "up to the minute" news on Crude Oil.

For example, I knew there was a meeting yesterday lunchtime re: OPEC+ Tech, but nothing came up with the results of the meeting until about 21:00 and I feel I missed out on yesterdays up lift due to this.

 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

yes, pay for it, a monthly subscription to a squawk box service will deliver news quicker than any free web page, most have a free 1 month trial.

one of the best web sites for oil is this one  https://oilprice.com/Metals/Commodities

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8 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Dunno pal, Goldman Sachs 'experts' said crude at $35 soon and it's now getting closer to $45.  You don't need to pay anything to look at the charts and see what price is doing.

a squawk box is a news service, you are paying to receive market moving news before the general riff raff using Reuters free version. News providers such as Reuters have a number of options that vary in price, IG pay for a better than free service for their clients. If you happen to have a  spare 100k you could subscribe to Bloomberg's digital language service that delivers direct to your trading algo 🧐 

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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

yes, pay for it, a monthly subscription to a squawk box service will deliver news quicker than any free web page, most have a free 1 month trial.

one of the best web sites for oil is this one  https://oilprice.com/Metals/Commodities

Thanks.  From the link you provided do I just go on "get exclusive intel" pr click "my account" and create an account?

 

 

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6 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

a squawk box is a news service, you are paying to receive market moving news before the general riff raff using Reuters free version. News providers such as Reuters have a number of options that vary in price, IG pay for a better than free service for their clients. If you happen to have a  spare 100k you could subscribe to Bloomberg's digital language service that delivers direct to your trading algo 🧐 

Speaking of which, I was looking for any particular reason why oil and stocks started plunging right now (17:25 ish) and so I loaded the Twitter feed on IG and Tyler Durden tells us it is because Apple is closing some stores because of zombie apocalypse.  So there you go, it is useful!

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