Oil's Long and Wrong Are Liquidating

Traders who are long and wrong in crude oil, as well as those looking to catch the falling knife, have been looking for answers in what has been one of the most severe WTI oil futures selloffs in recent years (that said, we've seen a lot of severe bouts of selling in this market).

We certainly don't have access to a crystal ball, but we are willing to make a guess at where the selling might dry up, based on our analysis of the Commitments of Traders Report issued by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. If you would like more information on reading this report, we discussed it in last week's piece and it is extensively covered in my latest book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading....301 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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