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Seems to me like Goldman did a good thing to get his foreskin into the game :P

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He's a clever guy, is our Goldman.  😉

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Oh dear, and this comes right off the back of all the doom and gloom.

Cognitive dissonance, much? 

The Goldman must be rubbing his hands with glee!

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Oil made a significant penetration overnight, missed it again.

I hate missing out on big penetrations. :(

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Brent has hoisted down its breeches and slapped down a tidy pile of number two.

But this could be a new opportunity to buy in the making.  

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What's this I see here, Samwise Gamgee?

Patricia, Veronica - what's your take?

Doesn't it look like a tempting long?  Ay me - the temptation!

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Thank g*d I didn't, although I lost plenty elsewhere - stupid fecker that I am :)

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There it goes, Tamsin.  Don't make daddy disappointed, now.

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Well it's rising again now and I'm out.  I shouldn't be trading counter-trend anyway.  Silly fecker that I am.

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What a sweet surprise, oil is on the rise 😘

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I don't see evidence for this supposed short-term $35 a barrel ...

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That candle is about as welcome as a f4rt in a lift ...

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Another stinky f4rt in the elevator 🤢

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There is goes back up again, after two very bearish candles and a build-up in inventories.  Just goes to show, you can be an expert 'market analyst' all you like but your guess is as good as anyone else's ... what a load of old tosh.

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The Goldman could still be right!

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Look at oil go, breaking another resistance level 🐮

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Here comes the oil again, bonnie loon 🐮

 

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Back up again now, bonnie loon? 🐮

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78% of 501+ clients long 🤔

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3 minutes ago, dmedin said:

78% of 501+ clients long 🤔

which oil? are you calling Monte a liar? 👀

 

US Crude;

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$46 for a barrel of oil, Eileen? 🐮

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Will the Goldman's magical foreskin come true?  Will oil hit $35?

 

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