Is the sharp jump we had at the oil price is a dead cat’s jump or

Crude oil Technical analysis

And once again it happens…
The technical is ahead of the market in its moves
This is said about the technical missile -lol
Last post I talked about the feasibility of an oil price increase based on the same pattern

The attack in Saudi Arabia led to the opening of the trading week
Oil Prices Close 15% Higher On Record Trading Day
It turns out now that the situation is not as serious as initially thought – Saudi Oil Outage Impact Not As Bad As Predicted
But is that really the case? The question is the real thing behind the injury and is the boldness and thought of the future to come. Is it embodied in the price?
This story never ends in my opinion

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The question being asked now is what’s next?
Looking at the graph you can see a number of things
A big gap opened at the start of trading this week – when will it close?
In terms of short-term oil has shifted to positive, with traders having to focus on several points:
As long as the $ 58 level is maintained on a daily basis the direction is up
When in order to strengthen the long should see repetitive migration above the $ 61.80-62.30 level
Breaking the $ 58 level will most likely lead to the Gap closing with feasibility to meet the $ 53 zone, much like what I noted in a previous post on the trading pattern that appeared in the past
Long-term :
As long as oil trades above the $ 53 price level the trend is positive

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Crude oil forecast
it all starts here: Oil is crashing – The marks were on the wall

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