Crude Oil Weekly Price Forecast – Crude Oil Markets Take a Beating for the WeekCrude oil markets broke down significantly during the week, slicing through the last messages of support and close at the very bottom of the candlestick. This is a very negative load.
WTI Crude Oil
The WTI Crude Oil market broke down rather significantly during the trading week, slicing down through the $45 level. Ultimately, this is a market that looks as if it is going to try to make its way down to the $40 level, where there should be a significant amount of support. The crude oil markets continue to suffer at the hands of the coronavirus, and therefore there is no real way to measure risk, and that’s one of the biggest problems with this market right now. When you look at the candlestick, it’s clearly negative and there is no real attempt to rally. Ultimately, I think that the $40 level will offer a significant about the support, but it’s almost going to have to be something OPEC does as far as production cuts on an emergency meeting. Otherwise, any bounce that we get could be somewhat technical but slicing through the $40 level would be a horrific turn of events. For what it’s worth, looking at the daily chart, it looks as if we had formed a very flat, and that does measure for a move to $35 albeit being a bit optimistic for the sellers. Rallies are to be sold.
WTI Oil Video 02.03.20
Brent markets also have broken down a bit during the week as well, slicing through the $50 level. Ultimately, the market then goes looking towards the $42.50 level. At this point in time I think that rallies are to be sold into, unless something structurally changes. Demand for crude oil is falling through the floor, and quite frankly there is far too much in the way of supply to think that we have a real chance of recovering for any length of time.
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