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We Alerted Our Premium Subscribers to BUY Crude Oil July 7th

On July 7th, our premium members received an algorithm buy alert for crude oil. As a result of this buy alert, our premium members were able to purchase crude oil at a significant discount. Since then, the price of crude oil has risen by over 20%, giving our premium members a huge profit opportunity.

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  • Algorithm-based buy and sell alerts

I hope you will consider becoming a premium member today. With our help, you can start making profits in the oil market right away.

If you have any questions about our premium membership program, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started on your journey to profitable trading.

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Current Trend: UP

Crude Oil Futures Daily Chart

Crude Oil Futures Continuous Contract


Support price is 79.11 a close below on a daily basis may end the uptrend


Crude oil futures are a type of financial derivative that allows investors to speculate on the future price movements of crude oil, a globally traded commodity and vital energy resource. These futures contracts provide a regulated platform for traders to trade crude oil without physically owning or storing the commodity.

Here are key points to consider when describing crude oil futures:

  1. Price Speculation: Crude oil futures enable investors to take long (buy) or short (sell) positions on the future price of crude oil. Traders can profit from both rising and falling prices by correctly predicting the direction of crude oil's price movement.

  2. Contract Specifications: Crude oil futures contracts have specific terms, including the contract size, delivery months, tick size, and margin requirements. These standardized terms allow for transparent pricing, ease of trading, and efficient market access.

  3. Underlying Commodity: Crude oil futures derive their value from the underlying price of crude oil. While the futures contracts themselves are not physical barrels of oil, their prices are closely tied to the spot price of the commodity.

  4. Risk Management and Hedging: Crude oil futures provide a tool for hedging against price fluctuations in the crude oil market. Market participants, such as oil producers or airlines, can use these contracts to mitigate their exposure to potential price volatility.

  5. Leverage and Margin: Similar to other futures contracts, crude oil futures allow traders to access leverage, meaning they can control a larger position with a smaller initial margin deposit. However, trading with leverage involves higher risk and potential for larger losses.

  6. Market Regulation: Crude oil futures are traded on regulated exchanges, providing a level of oversight and investor protection. These regulated platforms help ensure fair trading practices and mitigate some of the risks associated with unregulated oil markets.

  7. Availability and Trading Hours: Crude oil futures are available for trading on select futures exchanges and are subject to specific trading hours. These contracts often provide extended trading hours, allowing investors to react to news and events outside of regular market hours.


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