I rarely use Fibonacci Arcs, but on occasion they do some cool things; earlier this quarter, I pointed out the failure on the arc pattern (green tint); pretty interesting to see what took place since then!(more…)
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Something occurred to me a day or two ago – – crude oil, Saudi Arabia’s lifeblood, has been absolutely falling to pieces. I was wondering to myself, when did oil prices peak, and also when was the journalist Jamal Khashoggi brutally murdered and literally chopped into pieces?
I’ll save you the trouble of having to keep two separate dates in mind: the killing and the commencement of collapsing prices happened at pretty much the exact same millisecond. Startling karmic, don’t you think?
What a difference a single month can make. Observe the chart of the natural gas market below. Once it pushed past resistance (pink horizontal line) it went roaring higher, devastating – – notably – – James Cordier and his OptionSellers.com fund, purportedly to the tune of $200 million. And then, equally as fast, all the gains disappeared. It’s as if nothing happened.(more…)
If you watch my tastytrade show, you’ll recall I had pointed out some powerful formations in the energy bearish funds. DRIP has been absolutely on fire lately:(more…)
I did a “crude oil is gonna go up” post recently, but I wanted to pile on with this Fibonacci arc graph of the continuous contract:
Oil fell pretty much nonstop from October 3rd until November 23rd. At that time, I pointed out the magenta horizontal (shown below) as well as the blue descending trendline, each of which I felt would act as support. So far they seem to have done so, and as rapidly as oil fell, the “bounce” could be just as swift (although certainly not with enough power to recover all those losses).