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The Week Ahead For WTI: What You Need To Know

Hey Trader,

The Week Ahead For WTI: What You Need To Know

As we navigate the complex landscape of oil futures trading, it's imperative to dissect the latest trends and technical indicators to seize profitable opportunities.

In our weekly analysis of Light Crude Oil Futures (WTI), we unveil key insights to empower traders in making informed decisions.

Currently, the main trend remains upward, yet momentum has shifted downward post a closing price reversal to the week-ending April 12.

This correction, aimed at alleviating upside pressure, typically retraces 50% to 61.8% of the last rally, bringing $76.91 to $74.49 into focus.

For traders eyeing a bullish scenario, a sustained move above $82.77 signals robust buying interest, potentially propelling prices towards the main top at $87.13.

Conversely, a dip below $82.77 suggests seller dominance, leading to a potential retreat into the short-term retracement zone at $76.91 to $74.49. Here, savvy traders view it as a value zone, primed for strategic buying opportunities.

In the short term, the outlook remains bearish, driven by rising supplies and weakening demand, compounded by cautious economic policies.

However, vigilance is paramount as upcoming OPEC+ decisions and potential U.S. adjustments to strategic reserves could sway market dynamics significantly.

Amidst this uncertainty, precision traders keen on strategic entries may find the retracement zone at $76.91 to $74.49 as an opportune moment for value buying. This isn't bottom-picking but a calculated approach to leverage favorable price levels.

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To Big Profits and Beyond,

Anthony Speciale

Big Energy Profits

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