Trade Crude Oil Futures
Energy Products are by far the most popular items to trade due to active trading volume 24 hours a day. What’s more, the inherent volatility of energy products, require objective assistance in mapping out areas of interest for petrol products.
Why Trade Oil with Us?
- We offer a wide-variety of related Energy Products such as: Brent Oil, Natural Gas, Gasoline, and Heating Oil
- Low-Cost Trading with the added benefit of Bonuses
- Minimum Trade Size - Trade the Size amount you are comfortable with
- Leverage - We offer leverage up to 25:1
- Charting - Use Tick Data to Monthly Charts to study market trends while using our advance indicators.
- Hedging Capability - Go Long, Short, or Both. Apply any strategy.
- Daily Information and Price Indication from an experienced Oil Analyst - Read more below
Daily Information and Price Indication
With the influx that CaesarTrade has already seen in such traders, the company has hired a a veteran oil analyst coming from one of the largest energy consulting companies. In doing so, the focus will be on
- Key price levels,
- Cyclic and Seasonal analysis,
- Money management techniques,
- Technical and Fundamental analysis
What is the Performance of the Energy Analyst on Crude Oil?
We publicly state his position on a Daily and Weekly basis on our Facebook Page so why not join what thousands are "Liking?"
Additionally, we send out OFFERS through Facebook for Training Courses and Strategies.
Since our Analyst states trend, we tally his Daily Hits to Misses
The longer term time frame, WEEKLY, is far superior in spotting trends
General Picture of Crude Oil
Commonly referred to as “black gold” because it is the life blood that makes our modern economy move. Many countries that lack secure energy sources have been stockpiling the energy source, as well as recycling their depreciating US Dollar with a hard asset (Petrol Dollars). Additionally, Mideast tension that we are encountering with Iran always helps to prop prices up since Iran controls the artery of Middle Eastern Oil – Straits of Hormuz. Throw in a new leader in North Korea and we most certainly are encountering uncertain times.
Long-Term Chart Perspective
Looking at a long term chart of Oil, we can clearly see certain times that a trade may arise for a long term trader – 50% retracement levels and former multi-year highs. Note that Oil reversed from its market crash at the high of 1990 while the most recent sell-off ended at the 50% retracement of the entire move from 1999 to 2008. Before the rally gained traction Oil was in a trading range that hovered around the 50% level, which would allow a trader to wait and observe the market before entering. Patience is a trader’s best friend!