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1. Market Commentary
2. Support and Resistance Levels – S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Russell 2000
3. Support and Resistance Levels – Gold, Euro, Crude Oil, T-Bonds
4. Support and Resistance Levels – Corn, Wheat, Beans, Silver
5. Economic Reports for Friday April 27, 2012
I spend a lot of time talking about stock index futures like mini SP, mini Russell etc.
However there more than a few other markets that have enough volume and volatility to attract daytraders. One of them is Crude oil.
I personally like Crude Oil futures because the “punishment or fulfillment” are pretty fast…and by that i mean that Crude Oil prices are volatile enough most of the times, that day-traders get stopped out with losses or exit with profits much quicker than other markets….Now if you are one of these daytraders who does not believe in stops…Crude Oil futures is not for you.
Each point on Crude Oil futures is $10, so a full $1 move or 100 cents is $1000 against you or in your favor.
We also have the mini Crude which is half the size.
If you have not traded crude before I recommend following it in demo mode, simulating some trades in demo mode before attempting to trade it live. As I said before, this is a volatile market which can work against you pretty fast if you are not disciplined.
Below you will see my daily chart of crude oil futures where I think we may head lower unless we break above 105.50 ( That is $105.50 per barrel)
Friday is statistically better for SHORTS….
Below the daily chart of crude oil you will see an INTRA DAY chart from todays sessions, where you can get a feel for the market behavior.
Daily chart of June Crude Oil Futures:,
Intra day chart of Crude oil futures from today, April 26th 2012