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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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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.

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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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3 minutes ago, gball1975 said:

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

 

 

no, these types of sites do analysis, for news there is not one solely for oil but for markets in general, for a free trial you need something like  https://www.livesquawk.com/

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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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