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WTI Oil Report: लंबी अवधि में अवरोध $80.00 पर है
WTI Oil मंगलवार को बढ़ते ओपन इंटरेस्ट और वॉल्यूम के बीच WTI की कीमतों ने सप्ताह की शुरुआत तेजी को बनाये रखा। इसके विपरीत, अपनी आखे $80.00 पर बनाये रखे। और आयल 200-दिवसीय एसएमए द्वारा मजबूत हो सकता है।
- Oil price continues to rally after Saudi Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, the country’s Oil minister, warns short-sellers to “watch out”.
- Inventory data from the EIA shows a steep drawdown in the prior week, reflecting rising demand ahead of US driving season.
- A bullish triangle pattern forms on the 4-hour chart, increasing the evidence the bearish trend may be reversing.
- EIA inventory data showed massive inventory dropdown, shows surging Oil demand.
Crude Oil Technical Analysis: Bullish triangle in downtrend
WTI Oil is in a long-term downtrend from a technical perspective, making successive lower lows. Given the old adage that the trend is your friend, this favors short positions over long positions. WTI Oil is trading below all the major daily Simple Moving Averages (SMA) and all the weekly SMAs except the 200-week which is at $66.89.
A break below the year-to-date (YTD) lows of $64.31 would be required to re-ignite the downtrend, with the next target at around $62.00 where trough lows from 2021 will come into play, followed by support at $57.50.
Despite the bearish trend dominating, there are growing signs pointing to a possible conclusion and reversal. The mild bullish convergence between price and the Relative Strength Index (RSI) at the March and May 2023 lows – with price making a lower low in May that is not matched by a lower low in RSI – is a sign that bearish pressure is easing.
The long hammer Japanese candlestick pattern that formed at the May 4 (and year-to-date) lows is a sign that it could be a key strategic bottom.
Further, a right-angled triangle has formed on the 4-hour chart below (drawn in dotted lines), which because of its shape is biased to breakout higher.
The triangle formed after price recovered from the May 4 YTD lows. The initial rebound off the May 4 lows could be a Wave A, with Wave B descending between May 8-15. Wave C then probably rose in the week that followed and then pulled back in a Wave D. This week’s recovery is probably a Wave E. Since most triangles are only composed of five waves this one is now probably complete. It could break out at any moment.
There is a chance the triangle might break in either direction, but it is biased to break higher because the top border is flat (it is right angled). A breakout higher could see price rise in a volatile rally to a potential target of $79.75, calculated by using the usual technical method, which is to take 61.8% the height of the triangle and extrapolate it from the breakout point higher. Oil price could even go as far as a 100% extrapolation in bullish cases, however, the 61.8% level coincides with the 200-day SMA, heightening its importance as a key resistance level.
Such a break and assuming Oil price reaches its target would mean price breaking above the $76.85 lower high of April 28, thereby, bringing the dominant bear trend into doubt.
False breaks are common with this pattern, however, and traders should ideally wait for a ‘decisive’ break. Such a break is characterized by a longer-than-average bullish green bar which pierces completely through the upper borderline of the triangle and closes near the 4-hour period’s highs, or alternatively three green bars in a row that also pierce above the borderline.
The RSI on the 4-hour chart is also showing a mild bearish divergence between the tops of Waves C and E and RSI. Whilst price has climbed higher in Wave E, RSI has not followed suit and remains beneath the level it was at when Wave C peaked. This suggests waning bullish interest although given it is mild, there is still a possibility of a breakout if momentum suddenly picks up.
Given the downtrend is dominant there is still also a possibility WTI Oil price could break lower, with a decisive break below the lower border, likewise required, and a target at $67.27. This is just above where the 200-week SMA is located and likely to offer support. Traders might even wish to wait for a break below the lows of Wave B at $69.40 for added confirmation.
Crude Oil Realtime News and Market Updates
- Oil price rises after the Energy Information Administration (EIA) publishes weekly inventory data showing a massive 12.5 million barrel drop in stocks versus expectations of a 775,000 barrel gain. The data reflects a surge in demand.
- It comes after figures on Tuesday from the American Petroleum Institute (API) painting a similar picture.
- Oil was also bouyed by comments from Saudi Oil Minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, who warned Oil speculators to “watch out” and that they might suffer as they did “in April”.
- His comments have been taken as warning to short-sellers that the Oil price might rise.
- Abdulaziz defended OPEC and its decision to cut production by 2 million barrels per day (bpd) at its meeting in October 2022. Given the Oil price is at similar levels to October, it may suggest there is a risk the cartel will announce another supply cut in June.
- Oil continues to be underpinned by optimism that a deal will be reached on the US debt ceiling.
- Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said, after talks with Democrats on Monday that, “I believe we can still get there. I believe we can get it done.” Adding that he thought the talks were the most productive so far.
- The US Memorial Day weekend kicks off on May 27 and marks the beginning of the US summer driving season which will provide a seasonal lift to Oil demand, supporting prices.
- Oil price has decoupled temporarily from the US Dollar which catches a bid as Federal Reserve (Fed) officials continue to talk about the possibility of more rate hikes, and US macro data supports.
- Talk of more rate hikes ought to provide a headwind for Oil, which is priced in USD.