Crude Oil Reaching for $50: Now What?

Crude oil spent time in both January and February this year trading below $30 per barrel.  Price is now closing in on $50 per barrel.  Where will this run higher end?  What are the important price locations for traders to know?  Glad you asked.

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Crude has nearby support established at 46.65 on any pullback with additional robust support at 43.03 – 44.79.  The overall bias will remain bullish and pointed toward higher prices while above these supports.

The next upside target is a zone of resistance at 50.91 – 52.91.  Any touch to this zone is likely to elicit a reaction to the downside but until and unless sellers are able to break below support zones, any reactions to the downside should be viewed as temporary profit-taking and buying opportunities.



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