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Crude Oil Process

Crude Oil

Invest in Crude Oil
CFDs with TRADEUNOS

Invest in TRADEUNOS’s elite ‘Crude Oil’ Investments Plan and enjoy the benefits of vivid trade with up to 1:20 leverage. Our Trade experts choose a mix of spread betting and CFD Trading to speculate on Crude Oil prices across various commodity exchanges such as LSE, NYME and HKEX.

What are Crude Oil Investments?

Day trading ‘Crude oil’ is about speculating on short-term price movements, rather than attempting to assess the "real" value of crude. By using a combination of long and short positions, our traders turn a profit whether the price of crude is rising or falling.
Crude Oil trading usually occurs on-spot, commodity markets are non-expiring and are not subject to an expiry date or rollover charges. These markets are priced based on the Futures contract and offer the opportunity to trade these markets long-term without the need to roll.
the position on expiration of the current Futures contract. Continuous charting is available on these markets which allows us to apply deeper levels of technical analysis to this commodity trading compared with traditional commodity market charting. With our sophisticated network of sub-brokers, we trade both on ICE and NYMEX.

Why do we trade Crude Oil?

High risk but safe haven
Crude Oil is a safe haven investment during volatile and turbulent markets
Greater Profit Potential
The bid spreads are tight, while leverages can go up to 10:1, allowing to make greater profits in less time
Shorting the Markets
Crude Oil allows us to trade on falling markets as well as rising markets
Hedging against Inflation
Trading in Crude Oil helps to hedge against rises in Inflation
Extended Trading Hours
Commodities trading operate almost 24/7 giving us more trading time
Tax Efficient Trading
No Capital gains Tax are required to be paid for CFD and Spread bets in the UK

TRADEUNOS’s ‘Crude Oil Investment’ Advantage

Good Margins over 10%
Low spreads from 0.06 pips
Superior order execution
Legal regulated transactions

TRADEUNOS’s Crude Oil Trading Strategies

At TRADEUNOS, we utilize a variety of strategies and techniques to decide the best entry/exit point and timing to buy and sell Crude Oil.

Fundamental Analysis

When doing our fundamental analysis we look at the fundamental indicators of an economy to try and understand whether it is undervalued or overvalued, and how Crude Oil’s value is likely to move relative to another Commodity

Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis involves reviewing the past and recent behavior of gold and its price trends with the help of charts and sophisticated softwares to determine where the prices will rise or fall

Trend Trading

This involves us identifying any upward or downward trend in a gold prices and choosing trade entry and exit points based on the positioning of the commodity price within the trend and the trend's relative strength.

TRADEUNOS’s Crude Oil Trading Methods

At TRADEUNOS, we utilize a variety of strategies and techniques to decide the best entry/exit point and timing to buy and sell Crude Oil.

Moving averages Trading

The moving average aims to smooth out historic price data, calculating the average price over a certain period of time. This allows us to look how the current rate compares to the average, which will filter out any sudden or unexplained movements that could distort the historic price data.

Fibonnaci retracements for Pivot Points

Pivot points help isolate the price at which sentiment in market is likely to change. Calculating the pivot point is done by simply averaging out the high, low and closing price of any given security. This pivot point is usually referred the following day to signal what mood the market is in.

Bolly Band Bounce Trade

Bollinger Bands helps to analyze and identify when sentiments and prices will change direction within a range-bound market. This identifies three important levels that put the current price into perspective: the trendline (where it is heading now), the upper line (where resistance will be met), and the lower line (where support will kick in).

Relative strength index (RSI)

This index is an indicator of momentum that compares the average gain made when prices have risen over a set period of time, for 14 days as an example, compared to the average losses made in the same period. This provides an idea of whether Crude Oil is set to become overvalued or undervalued in the near future