Brent Oil Futures - Oct 22 (LCOV2)

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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Book Profits
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  • Suneet Sakhala @Suneet Sakhala
    113 broken next 115 to 117
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Book Partial Profits on BUY Calls
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  • Suneet Sakhala @Suneet Sakhala
    if 113 resistance is broken then its 115 ,117 and then a rebound to 108and low
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Very good level to sell Brent again. sell for a target of 108 again. Crystal clear Chart of brent showing a trading range of 108 to 112 for next 1-2 days. Wednesday closing will below 105
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    OPEC+ Market surplus trimmed To 1.02M Bpd frm 1.4M Bpd - Positive News for Crude Oil
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  • Ashika Rao @Ashika Rao
    crude is ready for 125 one can go long from here its just my view you can trade according to your analysis GL friends
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Buy Buy Buy Crude going above 112
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Good bounce back again in Brent oil. Sell again at current price. Target is again 108.
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Ha ha ha! my words came true exactly as Brent oil fall below 110. Now sell again around 111.80 for a target of 108 again. If slide below 108 further then next target directly 101. Brent is moving towards 90 in 10 to 15 days with small bounce backs after every fall.
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Goldman Sachs: Policy Risks Present Downside To $140/Bbl 3-Month Crude forecasting done by GS
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  • YOGESH KUMAR @YOGESH KUMAR
    Sell it at 111- 111.50 TGT 110,109,108 S/L 113
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    • YOGESH KUMAR @YOGESH KUMAR
      book full profit
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Friends, see my post before 2 hr. I had said to sell Brent at 113 and add short position heavily below 112.20. Now see d daily chart of Brent, you can see a heavy breakdown below 112.20. Still there is a chance to exit longs in brent oil and sell heavily otherwise be ready for blood bath.
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  • Ranjan Jyoti @Ranjan Jyoti
    Brent if sustain here means below 110.50 level then 105/102/100 on downside tgt..
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Today Brent definitely below 110. Sell at current rate and add short position heavily below 112.20. Big breakdown is awaiting in Brent oil.
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  • Rajkanwar Panwar @Rajkanwar Panwar
    sell target 110
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    If price of any asset is decided only by demand-supply then every one in market would have been super rich. But it is not so easy. Try to understand friends, any asset price is driven by big bulls who r booking profit now. Don't buy , otherwise be ready for getting trapped. It is very difficult for oil now to sustain over 116. Mark my words, closing below 110 today.
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  • Dinesh Soni @Dinesh Soni
    Demand - Supply is the bull shit. Price of any asset in d world is manipulated by institutional investors n HNI Investors. They r booking profit now in oil after other comodities. Today's rise is just bounce back. Sell Brent immediately, closing below 110 today.
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Sell Now for 113.5 USD
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  • Pradeep BHOSALE @Pradeep BHOSALE
    Don't sell. it will go up up only. today 114. tomorrow 118
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    • Satyanarain MIttal @Satyanarain MIttal
      Reason?
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    • RK Khatri @RK Khatri
      85
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    If Washington sticks to its current pace, the reserves will shrink to a 40-year low of 358 million barrels by the end of October, when the releases are due to stop. A year ago, the SPR, located in four caverns in Texas and Louisiana, reportedly contained 621 million barrels.
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Washington has been actively selling from its Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) over the past year to keep energy prices from rising even higher, Bloomberg reported on Friday, noting that the government can’t keep tapping the reserves forever.
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Sell All Crude Positions of Long, it's broken like Natural Gas so will follow same chart pattern lill bounce and then 5% lower - Look at Natural Gas Charts for reference
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  • Nishit Golchha @Nishit Golchha
    Going below 110 and then 105 soon
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  • Dharmesh Shah @Dharmesh Shah
    Crude May come down below 100$ soon.
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