Jack Chan Finds Data Supportive of Higher Oil Prices
Source: Jack Chan for The Energy Report 02/11/2017
Technical Analyst Jack Chan reads the charts and sees a major buy signal for energy.
$OSX is on a major buy signal, which can last for months and years.
COT data is supportive for overall higher oil prices.
OIH is one of a few energy sector ETFs we are holding for long term gains.
Prices dipped into our buy zone in November, and again this week.
Our trading model identifies the buy zones in a bull market, simple and effective.
Energy sector gave a major buy signal in 2016, and the current correction has dropped prices into our buy zone.
Energy sector is on a major buy signal.
Prices are now in our buy zone.
We are holding energy sector ETFs for long term gains.
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