What’s Up, What’s Down: Crude Up, Natural Gas Down
Comments for Monday, October 4, 2010
Looking Ahead to Today by Reflecting Back at Friday’s Price Action
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Higher closes last Friday for crude and heating oil along with the RBOB while lower for natural gas. The energies had good closes again with the crude and RBOB giving me BUY SIGNALS last Friday, with the heating oil giving me a BUY SIGNAL while the crude and RBOB came close. The crude made its highest high and close since August 10th, heat since May 5-6 and the RBOB since August 7th while gas had a new CONTRACT LOW CLOSE.BUY SIGNALS FOR CRUDE AND HEATING OIL ALONG WITH THE RBOB. SELL SIGNAL FOR NATURAL GAS. CALL FOR DETAILS!
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