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If you want to profit on oil trading, you've come to the right place. We invite you to examine our daily trading alerts for crude oil traders with additional intra-day alerts that are sent out whenever the situation requires it. As Oil Trading Alerts subscriber you will remain up-to-date at all times - you will receive daily e-mail messages from Nadia Simmons with the most important details: latest news, latest price changes, support & resistance levels, buy & sell signals and early heads-up about the potential trading opportunities. If you''re actively trading crude oil / oil stocks, this Daily Trading Alerts are perfect for you. 1-2 alerts per week are posted also in our Articles section, so you can review these real-time samples before you subscribe.

  • Oil Trading Alert: Crude Oil – North or South?

    March 20, 2015, 11:19 AM

    On Thursday, crude oil lost 2.61% as the combination of a stronger greenback and a comeback of concerns over a supply glut weighed on the price. In these circumstances, light crude re-approached the Jan lows, but then rebounded. What’s next?

  • Oil Trading Alert: One-day Rally or Something More?

    March 19, 2015, 11:37 AM

    Although crude oil hit a fresh 2015 low after EIA weekly report, the commodity reversed and rebounded sharply as weaker greenback supported the price. As a result, light crude gained 5.33% and invalidated the breakdown under the Jan low. Is this as bullish signal as it seems at the first sight?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Will Crude Oil Drop To $40?

    March 18, 2015, 8:37 AM

    On Tuesday, crude oil lost 3.11% as ongoing concerns over a supply glut weighed on investors’ sentiment. In this way, light crude hit a fresh 2015 low, but will we see a test of $40 in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Crude Oil Hits Fresh 2015 Low

    March 17, 2015, 10:17 AM

    On Monday, crude oil lost 2.69% as OPEC monthly report weighed on the price. As a result, light crude extended losses and dropped to a fresh 2015 low. How low could the commodity go in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Third Time Lucky

    March 16, 2015, 10:40 AM

    On Friday, crude oil lost 4.11% as the combination of a stronger greenback and the International Energy Agency commentary weighed on investors’ sentiment. In this environment, light crude dropped below the Feb low and other important support levels. Is it time for a test of the Jan lows?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Double Bottom or Further Declines?

    March 13, 2015, 9:32 AM

    On Thursday, crude oil lost 3.08% as disappointing U.S. data fuelled worries over the strength of the economy. As a result, light crude extended losses and almost tuched the Feb low. Will we see a double bottom or further declines in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Crude Oil Tests Apr 2009 Lows Once Again

    March 12, 2015, 10:07 AM

    On Wednesday, crude oil lost 0.70% as EIA weekly report weighed on the price. Thanks to another build in domestic inventories light crude extended losses and slipped to the Apr 2009 lows. North or south from here?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Another Breakdown Under $50

    March 11, 2015, 10:25 AM

    On Tuesday, crude oil lost 2.54% as the combination of the EIA forecasts and a stronger U.S. dollar weighed on the price. In these circumstances, light crude declined under the previously-broken support line, approaching the mid-Feb lows. Will we see a rebound from here or a breakdown below them?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Oil Bulls Remain Weak

    March 10, 2015, 9:30 AM

    Although crude oil increased above $50 supported by a weaker greenback, the commodity erased some gains as the Genscape, Inc report weighed on investors’ sentiment. As a result, light crude gained 0.50%, but did this increase change anything in the short-term picture of the commodity?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Stronger Greenback Supports Oil Bears

    March 9, 2015, 10:32 AM

    On Friday, crude oil moved little higher supported by worries over supply disruptions in Libya and Iraq. Despite this improvement, the commodity reversed and declined sharply as a stronger U.S. dollar weighed on the price. Thanks to these circumstances, light crude lost 2.33% and closed the day below support levels. Where the commodity head next?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Key Price Levels Still Hold

    March 6, 2015, 7:56 AM

    Although Saudi Arabian oil minister commentary and attacks in Libya supported the price after the market’s open, the commodity reversed and declined as a stronger greenback pushed crude oil lower. As a result, light crude lost 1.22% and slipped below its important support line. Will we see further deterioration in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Invalidation Of Breakdown And Its Consequences

    March 5, 2015, 9:47 AM

    On Wednesday, crude oil gained 1.88% as news from Iran overshadowed the bearish EIA weekly report. In these circumstances, light crude climbed above $51 and invalidated the breakdown under important support line. What does it mean for the commodity?

  • Oil Trading Alert: More Of The Same – For Now

    March 4, 2015, 6:38 AM

    On Tuesday, crude oil gained 1.73% ahead of U.S. supply data. As a result, light crude closed the day above the level of $50, but did this increase change anything in the short-term picture?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Resistance Lines Are Still In Play

    March 3, 2015, 9:14 AM

    Although crude oil moved higher after the market’s open supported by a weaker greenback, the commodity reversed and gave up some gains as worries over high supplies weighed on the price. In this way, light crude approached its key resistance zone, but oil bulls didn’t manage to push it higher. Does it mean that the worst is not behind us?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Fundamental Drivers Behind Crude Oil’s Rebound

    March 2, 2015, 9:34 AM

    On Friday, crude oil gained 1.23% as the combination of solid Japanese data, a weaker greenback and another drop in U.S. rig count supported the price. In this way, light crude bounced off the Feb lows and posted the first monthly gain since last June when oil prices began declines. Is this as bullish sign as it seems on the first glance?

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