Introduction to actual operation of crude oil futures


What should be paid attention to in the actual operation of crude oil futures? I believe many investors are not very clear, the following will open the puzzle for you.

The actual operation of crude oil futures needs to understand the following aspects:

Understand the U.S. economic data and economic policies to predict the short, medium, and long-term trends of currencies against each other in the near future.

Because the United States has a large number of crude oil export channels, crude oil plays an important role in industrial development. When the dollar rises and falls, it also determines supply. In order to control the domestic capital flow. Therefore, there is a negative correlation between them.

In addition, it is also necessary to understand various technical indicators to analyze the entry and exit points and trends.

Crude oil futures trading should pay attention to the following technical indicators:

1: Candle chart (K line), can analyze the specific entry and exit points and trends. Simply put, look at the line drawing of the previous candle chart to judge the trend of the next candle chart.

2: MACD (smooth similarities and differences average) can only analyze the macro trend. In short, it can be judged by the amount and shrinkage of the golden fork and the energy column.

3: Boll line (boll belt) can be used to analyze the specific entry and exit points and trend.

This index can be said to divide the market into several points. Naturally, the market is drawn between the intervals. If brin belt three lines are leveled, you can go empty on the upper track and low slag on the lower rail, and look back and forth at the target.

As mentioned above, crude oil futures need to pay attention to a lot in the actual operation, not only on the technical side, but also on the news side, so as to timely grasp the market dynamics and seize the first-hand investment opportunities.

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