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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: 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?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Important Levels to Watch

    February 27, 2015, 7:45 AM

    On Thursday, crude oil lost 4.13% as a stronger U.S. dollar weighed on the price. As a result, light crude slipped below its major support line and closed the day under $50 once again. What’s next?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Invalidation of Breakdown

    February 26, 2015, 9:31 AM

    Although crude oil moved lower after the market’s open weakened by a bearish EIA weekly report, the commodity rebounded sharply as the combination of positive Chinese data and Saudi Arabia's oil minister commentary supported the price. Thanks to these circumstances, light crude invalidated the breakdown below its major support line, but is it as bullish news as it seems at the first sight?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Crude Oil Under Support

    February 25, 2015, 11:47 AM

    On Tuesday, crude oil lost 0.45% as ongoing worries over a supply glut in the U.S. pushed the price down. In this way, light crude slipped below its key support line and closed the day below it. Does it mean that lower values of the commodity are still ahead us?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Time For Another Breakdown?

    February 24, 2015, 10:11 AM

    On Monday, crude oil lost 2.70% as ongoing concerns over a supply glut and a stronger greenback weighed on the price. As a result, light crude extended declines and tested its key support line. Will it withstand the selling pressure in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Fundamental Factors Continued to Weight

    February 23, 2015, 5:32 AM

    On Friday, crude oil lost 2.72% as slowing cuts to rig counts and historically high U.S. supplies weighed on the price. In these circumstances, light crude declined, invalidating earlier breakout above the resistance levels. Does it mean that we’ll see crude oil below $50 in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: EIA Report and Its Implications

    February 20, 2015, 9:20 AM

    Although crude oil slipped below $50 after the market’s open weakened by another record high in crude inventories, the commodity rebounded later in the day as investors digested the EIA report. As a result, light crude ereased most of Wednesday’s decline and closed the day above $52, but did this increase change the short-term picture?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Oil Bears Invalidate Breakouts

    February 19, 2015, 9:57 AM

    On Wednesday, crude oil lost 5.18% as worries over a supply glut and slow demand weighed on the price once again. In these circumstances, light crude declined sharply to slightly above $50, invalidting earlier breakouts. Will we see the commodity lower in the coming days?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Crude Oil – Double Top or Further Rally?

    February 18, 2015, 8:08 AM

    Although crude oil moved lower after the market’s open weakened by concerns over the situation in Ukraine and Greece, the commodity rebounded as weaker U.S. dollar supported the price. As a result, light crude gained 1.08% and climbed above an important resistance, but is it as bullish as it seems at the first sight?

  • Oil Trading Alert: The Price Is Not Everything

    February 16, 2015, 7:16 AM

    On Friday, crude oil gained 2.59% as weaker greenback and Baker Hughes’ report supported the price. As a result, light crude closed the week above $50 once again, but the commodity still remains under the key resistance zone. Will we finally see a breakout in the coming week?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Weaker Greenback Supports Crude Oil

    February 13, 2015, 9:28 AM

    On Thursday, crude oil gained 3.84% as weaker greenback supported the price. In this way, the commodity rebounded and came back above $50. Will it be a sustainable return?

  • Oil Trading Alert: EIA Data Supports Oil Bears Once Again

    February 12, 2015, 9:27 AM

    On Wednesday, crude oil lost 2.98% after the EIA weekly report showed that domestic stockpiles hit record highs. As a result, light crude extended losses and dropped to the Apr 2009 lows once again. Will we see another rebound from here in the coming day(s)?

  • Oil Trading Alert: Bearish Reports and Their Impact on Crude Oil

    February 11, 2015, 8:51 AM

    On Tuesday, crude oil lost 2.80% as a combination of weak Chinese price data, and bearish reports from the International Energy Agency and the U.S. Energy Information Administration weighed on the price. In response to these circumstances, light crude declined, invalidating earlier breakouts and losing for the first time in four sessions. Does it mean that the recent rally is over?

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