The recent move down from 80.80 has yet to look convincingly like an impulse wave, esp. the earlier action off the highs.
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Yet in context of the high risk of continued world deflation and short term risk of USD melt up, this is not a buy. I won't even start on fundamentals.
The WTI contract has been in an UGLY pattern for over 6 months. Sharp moves overlapping previous moves, and then reversing. 
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Back in July when I first started writing Crudewire,  I wrote,     
"That is an UGLY chart. Ugly because it likely foretells more of the same. Sharp moves that overlap previous highs or lows followed by a reversal." This is exactly what I meant.
I am really looking forward to a change of this pattern and seeing some organized trending impulse waves. 


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