Oil Prices: Here’s Why “Supply and Demand are Meaningless”
by Vadim Pokhlebkin
Updated: May 14, 2018
Now You Can Track – And Get AHEAD Of – The Psychology Trends that Often Drive Energy Prices
Crude. Brent. NatGas.
Riddle me this: The news is bullish, but oil and ETFs FALL.
Or, oil inventories are reported full, and prices RALLY.
As a trader, you see it all the time. If you sweep such "inconsistencies" under the rug, you’re missing the point.
Oftentimes, crude and natgas go where traders' psychology goes. And no other forecasting method lets you track this powerful force -- and forecast it -- as Elliott waves do.
What if you had someone in your corner to help you watch the waves of psychology in the energy markets in real time? Someone who stays alert even when you take a break? Whose job it is to help you catch the right move?
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