Crude Oil charts are showing tentative signs of fatigue after the run up from $74.95 to $103.37, a move of almost 38%. I am anticipating a correction back to around the $91 levels, but we need to be patient as there will likely be one more attempt higher first. Crude Oil traders need to keep a close watch going forward to see if we first get a dip to around $97 followed by a move back towards $103. If we get these moves, then the time to sell will be on any dip under $100 AFTER reaching 103. Your stops can then be placed above the high seen. This way you will be able to get an attractive risk-reward for the trade.
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