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Ah heck.....oils gone through support at 26.05, where you think it's going?

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My expectation is it shouldn't be lower than USD 18-20 for WTI, its still away but I hope it starts finding some support soon.

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My expectation is it shouldn't be lower than USD 18-20 for WTI, its still away but I hope it starts finding some support soon.

Seems like some nice buying from 20.08, I hope its not broken.

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since oil broke 42 and now 26, I think it may revisit trading levels of the 90's. The next support I see is around 17.50 and I think the momentum down has more room as well.

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Pardon the pun.

Oil is on a slippery slope.

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Pardon the pun.

Oil is on a slippery slope.

It is, tbh everything is atm

Its kind of mixture of both nostalgia and frustration to see markets at exactly where they were years back when I first opened my national index chart. I wonder what brokers sales pitch is going to be around these muddled-chaotic waters

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