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Are you interested in oil investment?Oil Investment Updates are extensive, monthly analytical reports that keep you updated on the medium- and long-term outlook for the crude oil market. Every first Tuesday of the month Nadia Simmons covers the key oil news and changes in fundamental tendencies and provides you with detailed technical analysis of crude oil, oil stocks along with related markets and ratios. Updates are accompanied by the analysis of scenarios that are likely to be seen in the following weeks along with their likelihood and suggested actions in each case and a simple summary and is accompanied with actionable trading ideas. Additionally, Investment Alerts will be sent whenever the medium- or long-term outlook changes between Updates. Essays based on investment updates are occasionally posted in our Articles section, so you can review these real-time samples before you subscribe.

  • Oil Investment Update: Production Cut Agreement vs. Technical Picture of Crude Oil

    January 9, 2017, 3:00 PM

    Although crude oil hit a fresh high at the beginning of the year, this improvement was very temporary and we saw a sharp decline on the same day. In the following days, oil bulls tried to come back to the top, but they failed and the main question is whether we will see the oil at fresh peaks in the coming weeks or not? Is it possible that the relationship between crude oil and precious metals give us clues about future moves? We invite you to check our Oil Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Hidden Crude Oil Links

    December 6, 2016, 2:51 PM

    The most important event for the oil market since 2008 is already behind us. Last week’s OPEC cut deal fuelled hopes among investors and produces that the global oil glut can finally begin to shrink, which pushed the price of crude oil sharply higher and resulted in a fresh 2016 high. Despite this undoubtedly positive decision, we should keep in mind that this year’s reduction was much smaller in comparison to 2008 (as a reminder, back then the cartel agreed to cut 2.2 million barrels per day). Additionally, Libya and Nigeria are exempted from making cuts and their production increased by 140,000 barrels per day in the previous month. On top of that, drilling activity in U.S. is still accelerating. Will crude oil climb any further in these circumstances? We invite you to check our Oil Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Will Crude Oil Drop Any Further?

    November 7, 2016, 3:50 PM

    The combination of an increasing doubts over OPEC’s ability to cut output to 32.5-33 million barrels per day, rising crude oil supplies (with the biggest rise in crude supplies in the U.S. since at least 1984 in the week ended October 28 when EIA showed that the black oil stockpiles rose by 14.4 million barrels), strengthening U.S. dollar and steadily growing number of U.S. drilling rigs pushed crude oil sharply lower, erasing almost all mid-Sep – Oct upward move. Will the nearest support zone stop oil bears? Or maybe we’ll see a test of the barrier of $40? We invite you to check our Oil Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil – Moment of Truth

    October 11, 2016, 4:59 PM

    Without a doubt the most important event of the recent month (or even the recent years) was unexpected OPEC’s decision to limit its production to a range of 32.5-33.0 million barrels per day (OPEC's current output stands at a record 33.6 million bpd). The agreement reached in Algiers (which is expected to be implemented this year) improved oil investors’ sentiment and pushed the price of the commodity above the barrier of $50. But is it enough to break above the Jun peak? What is the current picture of the oil market? Is it possible that the relationship between crude oil and gold give us more clues about future crude oil’s moves? We invite you to check our Oil Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Oil Market’s Outlook

    September 14, 2016, 1:01 PM

    Crude oil has been moving back and forth in the past few weeks. Although the commodity rebounded at the beginning of the month once again, the first resistance area was strong enough to stop further improvement. Does it mean that another bigger decline is ahead us? Or maybe it’s just a bigger pause before another attack on the level of $ 50?

  • Oil Investment Update: Comeback above Long-Term Support and Its Consequences

    August 9, 2016, 4:34 PM

    Jul was the worst month for oil bulls since the beginning of the year. In the previous month, the commodity lost 14% and approached the barrier of $40. In the previous week, light crude extended losses and slipped under this important technical level after the first Aug EIA weekly report showed another build in crude oil inventories. Despite this bearish news, light crude reversed and rebounded almost immediately as investors noticed that the above-mentioned bearish numbers were overshadowed by a larger-than-expected decline in gasoline inventories. Yesterday, the commodity extended gains as speculation of potential late-September freeze from OPEC affected positively investors’ sentiment. In this environment, light crude came back above $43 and invalidated earlier breakdown under short-term support. Will this event encourage oil bulls to act later in the coming weeks?

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil, Oil Stocks and Precious Metals Link

    July 8, 2016, 3:01 PM

    After few weeks between the barrier of $50 and the Apr and early May highs crude oil declined sharply and closed the day under previous lows and its first important short-term support zone. Did this drop affect the medium- and long-term picture of the commodity? Will oil bears push the black gold lower in the coming weeks? Let’s take a closer look at the current picture of the oil market and the precious metals – crude oil link and try to answer these questions. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil at Crossroads – Where Will Commodity Head Next?

    June 10, 2016, 10:49 AM

    The last few weeks have brought further increases in oil prices, which resulted in a breakout not only above the barrier of $ 50, but also in a climb slightly above the Oct high. Despite this improvement, oil bulls didn’t manage to hold gained levels, which resulted in a drop to the previously-broken May high. Will oil bears push the commodity under the barrier of $50 and open the way to lower levels?

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil - Seeds of Change Growing

    May 9, 2016, 11:47 AM

    Although the world's largest oil exporters failed to reach an agreement in Doha to freeze output at January levels, the price of crude oil extended gains and hit a fresh 2016 high of $46.78 in less than two weeks after this negative event for oil. What were the main reasons for this rally? Will they continue to support the price or maybe there are new circumstances that encourage oil bears to action in the coming weeks? We invite you to check our Oil Investment Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil for the Bulls or Bears?

    April 8, 2016, 11:47 AM

    In the previous month, the commodity extended gains and climbed above the barrier of $40. Despite this improvement, the combination of resistance levels encouraged oil bears to act, which resulted in erasing 40% of the previous upward move. What’s next for crude oil? Whether a potential freeze agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC members will push the commodity to fresh 2016 highs or rather lead to a further deterioration? Will the technical picture of the oil market give is more clues about future moves? We invite you to check our Oil Investment Update. Have a nice read.

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil - Trend Reversal or Bigger Pullback?

    March 3, 2016, 6:26 PM

    In recent weeks, crude oil bounced off the multi-year low of $26.05 and closed the previous month above the 2009 low. Although this is a positive signal, which suggests further improvement, many oil investors are still wondering whether the final bottom is already in or maybe the recent rally is just the bigger upward correction. Will the oil-to-gold and other interesting ratios give us more clues about future crude oil’s moves?

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil’s Final Bottom – Price Target

    February 5, 2016, 4:05 PM

    In the previous month crude oil declined sharply, breaking below the barrier of $30 and reaching levels not seen since Sep 2003. Despite this bearish event, the commodity rebounded sharply in the third decade of the last month, erasing around 60% of earlier declines. This week brought another downward move, which took the commodity under $32. What’s next?

  • Oil Investment Update: The Moment of Truth for Crude Oil

    January 7, 2016, 4:08 PM

    In Dec, crude oil verified earlier breakdown under the neck line of the short-term head and shoulders formation, which resulted in a sharp decline. As a result, the commodity lost 11% and closed 2015 slightly above $37. The beginning of 2016 brought further deterioration and crude oil approached the 2009 low. What’s next? Is it possible that our interesting ratios will give us valuable clues about future moves?

  • Oil Investment Update: Crude Oil Hits Fresh Lows

    December 8, 2015, 3:14 PM

    Looking at the current situation in crude oil, we clearly see that November was the worst month for the commodity since July. In this period of time, crude oil lost 10.15% and tested the barrier of $40. Although we saw a small rebound earlier this month, oil bears showed their claws once again after OPEC decision to maintain current production levels at around 31.5 million barrels per day and pushed the commodity to a fresh 2015 low of $37.50 yesterday. In this way, light crude lost 9.72%, making our gains on the short position even bigger. Will we see further deterioration in the coming weeks?

  • Oil Investment Update: Fundamental Factors Continue to Weigh

    November 5, 2015, 9:48 AM

    Although crude oil extended gains in the previous month, the barrier of $50 in combination with the 50% Fibonacci retracement and the 200-day moving average triggered a decline below the key support zone. Despite this negative signal, light crude reversed, invalidating earlier breakdown and climbed to the key resistance lines. Will they encourage oil bears to act in the coming month and we’ll finally see an acceleration of declines?

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