OPPORTUNITY IN OILS
from ChartWorks:: published by Institutional Advisors
The seasonal pattern for crude oil called for a rally from early in July, ending in the second half of September through the first week of October. This year was no exception. A correction is now likely. Major support rests at the 50-week moving average (currently $54.13 and rising at 20 cents per week). In the oil stocks we have seen the seasonal corrective phase in the fourth calendar quarter offer trading opportunities in 10 of the past 12 years.
On a more refined daily basis, the following charts show that the first break in the RSI(14) below 40 after the 15th of October has provided excellent buying opportunities. Rallies out of the low have produced consistent upside price action. By the first week of the next year the rallies from the low have been 13%, 12%, 11%, 28%, 15%, 4%, 20%, 31%, 24%, 15% and 11%.
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January 26th, 2020
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