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Nymex WTI Crude Oil Technical Analysis

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WTI Crude Oil technical analysis trade tips and signals. Our report outlines clear and precise Nymex WTI trade entry levels with profit targets and stop loss levels across a broad range of prices for the intraday. To gain an edge in the markets, successful professional day traders need a daily trading plan and must be aware of important support and resistance levels. We ensure you are fully prepared to maximise profitable trading opportunities throughout each day, minimising your risk, maximising your profits and taking away the element of gambling.



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Nymex WTI Crude Oil - October contract
WTI Crude has a potential head & shoulders pattern but the neckline is at 6500 so we will have to wait patiently to see if prices drop to test this level.

A big negative engulfing candle 2 weeks ago on the weekly chart & now a long upper wick last week signals bears are starting to gain control.
Same levels apply for today after an inside day but below 6840 is more negative for today.
Today's Analysis
18 September 2018 Updated at 01:17am GMT
WTI Crude remains in a sideways trend but I think risks are increasing to the downside. Holding below 6910/00, targets minor support at 6850/40. Below here is more negative for today targeting Friday's low at 6794 then a retest of last week's low at 6740/33 before 2 week low at 6696/86.

Holding above 6910/00 allows a recovery to 6950 & minor resistance at 6990/7000. Above 7030 targets 7050/60 before a retest of important resistance at 7125/40. Try shorts with stops above 7170. A break higher targets 7200/20 & 7230.
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