Crude Oil Price Falling, Is It Bearish?

Crude oil price is hard to forecast because there are so many factors that could influence its movement. Many of those factors are political, have to do with how certain events are perceived: The interpretation of political and economical events in the Middle East, China, Opec’s decisions, and oil inventories.

If you read financial media, you can find everyday a story about how Crude oil is Bearish and the same day, how Crude oil is Bullish. That’s what happens when you build your analysis on stories or perception. It’s hard to identify the long term trend that could yield the most rewards with the least risks if managed properly.

Finding those important trends early on is something we are fascinated with at InvestingHaven as it can give us and our readers an edge when analyzing markets and planning for the next position.

So as tricky as it is to understand the next move in oil prices, we managed to provide our readers with a spot on outlook in our Crude Oil forecast in 2017. Our Crude Oil Forecast for 2018 was published 4 months ago and the targets are already achieved:

Recently, the InvestingHaven team notified all subscribers on the gradual upwards movement towards 60-61 dollar a barrel, and looking at the current chart, I am personally holding tight to my stance that oil will reach to about 60 – 62 a barrel before deciding its future direction.

We highly suspect that if price of crude oil will achieve 60-62 USD, later in 2018. That is our crude oil forecast for 2018.

Therefore, we thought this is a good time to provide our perspective on Crude oil for the rest of 2018. Especially that today, Crude oil has been falling during the last 48 hours and Bearish outlooks are all over the news.

Decision time for Crude Oil Price

The chart below tracks Crude Oil price since 1982. it shows how crude oil has been making higher lows since the bottom from 2016. A possible retest of the 55 USD area is possible and if it holds, Crude oil price could make it to the middle of the rising channel.

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Author: Travis Esquivel

Travis Esquivel is an engineer, passionate soccer player and full-time dad. He enjoys writing about innovation and technology from time to time.

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