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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 Sebastien Bischeri 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.

Whether you already subscribed or not, we encourage you to find out how to make the most of our alerts and read our replies to the most common alert-and-oil-trading-related-questions.

  • How to Hit Crude Oil Targets: The Story of a Successful Trade

    May 17, 2022, 2:13 PM

    A recipe for a successful trading plan? Good risk appraisal combined with a pinch of discipline and prompt readjustments!

    Targets One, Two, and Three Hit - A Trade Plan Explained

    In my last projections published on May 9, following my previous analysis of the US crude oil inventories on May 5, I released a new oil trading alert to tell our subscribers that I was seeing a new potential opportunity to get long around what I tend to qualify as a landing space (support) highlighted by a yellow band. Such colour came up in reference to the Navy’s “Yellow Shirts,” who actually are the aircraft directors responsible for the safe movement of aircraft on the flight deck and in the hangar bay, communicating with pilots and other personnel with hand signals to move aircraft onto the catapults and off of the landing area safely.

    US Navy (USN) (yellow shirt) Aircraft Handling Officers launch a EA-6B  Prowler aircraft assigned to

    So, the landing space was expected around the $100 psychological mark, located at the middle point (median) of the previous range. It was after the market attempted a breakout from the upper side of the triangle pattern and before prices became weighed down by fears of a slowdown in Chinese demand due to the epidemic outbreak the country was experiencing while the US dollar index (DXY) was climbing the stairs. Therefore, my trading projections involved setting targets at three different levels ($107.76-110.74-113.07) on the June future contract (CLM22) while placing an initial stop just a tick below $96.52 (well under the lower side of the triangle).

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, daily chart)

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    So, our entry was successfully triggered the next day, on May 10, when prices fell slightly below the landing space, before bulls re-entered, placing long orders to trigger the next bounce, as shown in the charts below.

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, daily chart)

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    It is precisely when prices – also supported by fundamentals and geopolitics as detailed in this article that I published on May 11 – went back up with a strong momentum that our stop was lifted to its new level located just below $98.20 (previous swing low on the 4H chart).

    Then, on May 12, the stop was dragged again (and again) higher (just below $104.62), as I sent an update just when at the US market open, prices were pushed further up by more active bulls.

    On the charts below, to keep a clearer picture, I just displayed the updated stop and only the next target on the overall view (daily chart) and the zoomed-in view (4H chart).

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    The following day, on May 13, as the market had hit our first target ($107.76) and even broken out of the previous day’s high ($108.13), I decided to drag it up one more time to the next level, located just below $107.13 – keeping it tight – for the rest of the position.

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, daily chart)

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generatedWTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    Finally, after almost kissing our second target on May 13, just before the weekend, the market rewarded us on Monday, May 16, as both our second and third targets were successfully and successively hit!

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generated WTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, daily chart)

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generated WTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    That’s all, folks, for today. I hope that you enjoyed this triple-winning trade!

    Today's premium Oil Trading Alert includes details of our new trading position. Interested in more exclusive updates? Join our premium Oil Trading Alerts newsletter and read all the details today.

    Thank you.

    Sebastien Bischeri,
    Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

  • WTI: Target One Hit – Time to Drag Your Stop (Again)!

    May 13, 2022, 7:16 AM

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    Today's premium Oil Trading Alert includes details of our new trading position. Interested in more exclusive updates? Join our premium Oil Trading Alerts newsletter and read all the details today.

    Thank you.

    Sebastien Bischeri,
    Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

  • Crude Oil Trade Management: It’s Time to Drag Your Stop!

    May 12, 2022, 10:36 AM

    Available to premium subscribers only.

    Today's premium Oil Trading Alert includes details of our new trading position. Interested in more exclusive updates? Join our premium Oil Trading Alerts newsletter and read all the details today.

    Thank you.

    Sebastien Bischeri,
    Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

  • Oil Sanctions, Supply, and Demand: Will This Mixture Explode?

    May 11, 2022, 9:45 AM

    Opposite winds tend to neutralize each other, but they can also lead to extraordinary phenomena… Are storms and hurricanes looming over the market?

    The two crude oil benchmarks (Brent and WTI) had already fallen by more than 6% on Monday, carried away by fears of a global economic slowdown and the erosion of Chinese demand due to the epidemic outbreak that the country is currently experiencing.

    The proposed European Union embargo on Russian oil is currently blocked because it must be adopted unanimously by the 27 member states.

    Hungary is the firmest opponent of this embargo, which would strongly threaten its energy supplies given that the country happens to be one of the most dependent on energy from the Russian bear.

    The EU would be ready to adapt the sanctions package currently under discussion towards Russia. For example, by abandoning the ban on European tankers from transporting Russian oil, diplomatic sources indicated on Tuesday.

    The ban on European tankers from transporting Russian crude was a problem for Greece, Malta, and Cyprus, among others, which feared severe consequences for their shipping industries.

    Indeed, it should be highlighted that Greece accounts for about a quarter of the world's tanker fleet.

    In the end, it is more likely that the risk of sanctions and supply disruptions will outweigh demand concerns.

    Trade Review

    After a successful trade entry triggered at the beginning of the week during that oil drop, black gold recovered almost half of its previous two-day losses during the European session on Wednesday, in a ranging market.

    Therefore, the initial stop can now be dragged to the next level, as described in our oil trading alert (members only) section, to reduce the risk.

    To be continued as the market progresses.

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generated
    WTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, daily chart)

    Chart, histogramDescription automatically generated
    WTI Crude Oil (CLM22) Futures (June contract, 4H chart)

    That’s all, folks, for today. Have a nice day and happy trading!

    Today's premium Oil Trading Alert includes details of our new trading position. Interested in more exclusive updates? Join our premium Oil Trading Alerts newsletter and read all the details today.

    Thank you.

    Sebastien Bischeri,
    Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

  • Here Are My New Trading Projections on Crude Oil Futures

    May 9, 2022, 9:13 AM

    Available to premium subscribers only.

    Today's premium Oil Trading Alert includes details of our new trading position. Interested in more exclusive updates? Join our premium Oil Trading Alerts newsletter and read all the details today.

    Thank you.

    Sebastien Bischeri,
    Oil & Gas Trading Strategist

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