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Kiersten
5 years ago

5.00/5.00

"Welcome to the Crude Oil and Product"

Welcome to the Crude Oil and Product Trader Programme. This course is delivered by an expert team of recent market practitioners where their knowledge and skills have been translated into a highly practical course covering the global crude and major product markets. You'll certainly leave this course with a genuine set of practical tools to take back to your organization. Interactive lectures will instil both physical and paper oil market knowledge and associated trading techniques. Enhanced learning through the use of the innovative trading simulator will turn the theory into practice. You will have the full trader experience, undergoing the full range of emotions. You will receive one-to-one coaching, from members of the delivery team, where appropriate to ensure you have full understanding of the trading concepts and get the most from the simulation exercises. Is It For Me? Oil industry staff working supply, trading risk management, refining, finance, transportation and E&P Oil trading and distribution companies Energy-related government departments Purchasing, planning and finance departments in major energy consumers Energy publications Bankers, accountants, auditors and others associated with oil companies and oil financing About the Speakers Stefan Dixon Stefan joined BP after graduating from Cambridge University. During his front-line trading career he traded product derivatives, and both paper and physical Crude Oil. Stefan then became Head of Fuel Oil Trading for Europe and the USA. In this Book Leader role Stefan grew the book significantly in both scope and profitability over 5 years. Stefan was also heavily involved in BP's trader selection, training and mentoring. Paul Terry Paul has spent 20 years of his career working in oil trading. He was regarded as an industry expert in the area of trading operations for crude oils in the North Sea and Middle East before progressing to a senior leadership position within BP's international trading division. As Head of Supply Paul was directly responsible for the trading teams which were optimising the purchase and risk management of 75 million m3 p.a. of petroleum products. More recently Paul was the Executive Chairman of Smart Global Trading. Steve Jones Steve has over 20 years experience working in the oil and gas industry, within the back, mid and front office. As an Equity Crude and Gas trader at BP he helped build a complex portfolio of trading books based in Germany. Steve has extensive experience developing risk management reporting, trader exposure and profit and loss systems for various clients. He has been a key participant in the design and development of simulation based trader training programmes Crude oil offers high liquidity and excellent opportunities to profit in nearly all market conditions due to its unique standing within the world's economic and political systems. Also, energy sector volatility has risen sharply in recent years, ensuring strong trends that can produce consistent returns for short-term swing trades and long-term timing strategies. Market participants often fail to take full advantage of crude oil fluctuations, either because they haven't learned the unique characteristics of these markets or because they're unaware of the hidden pitfalls that can eat into earnings. In addition, not all energy-focused financial instruments are created equally, with a subset of these securities more likely to produce positive results. Here are five steps needed to take consistent profits from these turbulent markets. Both professionals and novices will benefit by studying these drivers and adding workflows that measure changes in these structural elements. In particular, pay close attention to volume levels and trend intensity, always trying to identify the current crowd and its emotional state. 1. Learn What Moves Crude Oil Crude oil moves through perceptions of supply and demand, affected by worldwide output, as well as global economic prosperity. Oversupply and shrinking demand encourage traders to sell crude oil markets to lower ground while rising demand and declining or flat production encourage traders to bid crude oil to higher ground. Tight convergence between positive elements can produce powerful uptrends, like the surge of crude oil to $145.81 per barrel in April 2008 while tight convergence between negative elements can create equally powerful downtrends, like the August 2015 collapse to $37.75 per barrel. Price action tends to build narrow trading ranges when crude oil reacts to mixed conditions, with sideways action often persisting for years at a time. 2. Understand the Crowd Professional traders and hedgers dominate the energy futures markets, with industry players taking positions to offset physical exposure while hedge funds speculate on long- and short-term direction. Retail traders and investors exert less influence than more emotional markets, like precious metals or high beta growth stocks. Retail's influence rises when crude oil trends sharply, attracting capital from small players who are drawn into these markets by front-page headlines and table-pounding talking heads. The subsequent waves of greed and fear can intensify underlying trend momentum, contributing to historic climaxes and collapses that print exceptionally high volume. 3. Choose Between Brent and WTI Crude Oil Crude oil trades through two primary markets, Western Intermediate (WTI) and Brent. WTI originates in the U.S. Permian Basin and other local sources while Brent comes from more than a dozen fields in the North Atlantic. These varieties contain different sulfur content and API gravity, with lower WTI levels commonly called light sweet crude oil. Brent has become a better indicator of worldwide pricing in recent years, although WTI is now more heavily traded in the world futures markets (after two years of Brent volume leadership). Pricing between these grades stayed within a narrow band for years, but that came to an end in 2010 when the two markets diverged sharply due to a rapidly changing supply versus demand environment. The rise of U.S. oil production, driven by shale and fracking technology, has increased output at the same time that Brent drilling has undergone a rapid decrease. U.S. law dating back to the 1970s Arab oil embargo has aggravated this division, prohibiting local oil companies from selling their inventory in overseas markets. Those laws are likely to change in coming years, perhaps narrowing the spread between WTI and Brent, but other supply factors could intervene and keep the divergence in place. Many of CME Group's NYMEX futures contracts track the WTI benchmark, with the "œCL" ticker attracting significant daily volume. The majority of futures traders can focus exclusively on this contract and its many derivatives. Exchange-traded funds (ETF) and exchange-traded notes (ETN) offer equity access to crude oil, but their mathematical construction generates significant limitations, due to contango and backwardation. 4. Read the Long-Term Chart Source: Macrotrends.net WTI crude oil rose after World War II, peaking in the upper 20s and entering a narrow band until the 1970s embargo triggered a parabolic rally to $120. It peaked late in the decade and began a tortuous decline, dropping into the teens ahead of the new millennium. Crude oil entered a new and powerful uptrend in 1999, rising to an all-time high at $157.73 in June 2008. It then dropped into a massive trading range between that level and the upper 20s, setting around $55 at the end of 2017. 5. Pick Your Venue The NYMEX WTI Light Sweet Crude Oil futures contract (CL) trades in excess of 10 million contracts per month, offering superb liquidity; however, it has a relatively high risk due to the 1,000 barrel contract unit and .01 per barrel minimum price fluctuation. There are dozens of other energy based products offered through NYMEX, with the vast majority attracting professional speculators but few private traders or investors. The US Oil Fund (USO) offers the most popular way to play crude oil through equities, posting average daily volume in excess of 20-million shares. This security tracks WTI futures but is vulnerable to contango, due to discrepancies between front month and longer dated contracts that reduce the size of price extensions. The iPath S&P Goldman Sachs Crude Oil Trust ETN (OIL) presents an alternative, with an average daily volume greater than three million shares, but is also vulnerable to similar profit-dampening effects. Oil companies and sector funds offer diverse industry exposure, with production, exploration and oil services operations presenting different trends and opportunities. While the majority of companies track general crude oil trends, they can diverge sharply for long periods. These counter-swings often occur when equity markets are trending sharply, with rallies or selloffs triggering cross-market correlation that promotes lockstep behavior between diverse sectors. The five largest U.S. oil company funds and average daily volume: The SPDR Energy Select Sector ETF (XLE): 18,401,461 The SPDR S&P Oil and Gas Exploration and Production ETF (XOP): 11,735,669 The Market Vectors Oil Services ETF (OIH): 7,641,589 The iShares U.S. Energy ETF (IYE): 1,169,697 The Vanguard Energy ETF (VDE): 647,095 Reserve currencies offer an excellent way to take long-term crude oil exposure, with the economies of many nations levered closely to their energy resources. U.S. Dollar (USD) crosses with the Columbian and Mexican pesos, under tickers USD/COP and USD/MXN, have been tracking crude oil for years, offering speculators highly liquid and easily scaled access to uptrends and downtrends. Bearish crude oil positions require buying these crosses while bullish positions require selling them short. The Bottom Line Crude oil and energy markets are highly specialized venues, requiring exceptional skill sets


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Lorelei
5 years ago

1.00/5.00

"Very bad performance."

Very bad performance.. looking after all the reviews online I have opted for their services but performance is very bad. out of last 20 tips only 2-3 got matured .. I would suggest to think before investing in this company.


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Pamela
5 years ago

1.00/5.00
Verified Purchase

"Futurewins is chitter and froud company"

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Lailah
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"I work for an IT firm.apart from that i"

I work for an IT firm.apart from that i am a frequent trader.i have tried tips from many trading company.i was much unsatisfied with most of them.by gods grace i have found out futurewins..now i am earning more than the job i have..much thankful to futurewins and all staffs.by my experience i can assure this is the best tip provider..i am fully satisfied and happy..the after sale service they provide is appreciatable..i have recommended futurewins to manybof my friends and collegues.


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Marley
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"I am in commodity market from the past"

I am in commodity market from the past 2 years and was not getting enough profit and now I got opportunity to work with great team.thanks a lot team futurewins for the profit I am getting now.i have recommended this company for my friends trading in commodity..


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Greta
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"oh my goodness i am really wondered"

oh my goodness i am really wondered with the profit i am getting right now.you will have no idea how much i am earning in such a range bound market.you must try this once


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Lamar
6 years ago

5.00/5.00
Verified Purchase

"i will recommend this tips for all"

i will recommend this tips for all those who wants to earn decent money from market with crude oil.you will get wondered with the profit you are going to make through futurewins


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Eva
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"i am a bulk trader with 10 to 15 lots"

i am a bulk trader with 10 to 15 lots in each trade.i was making huge loss and was in confusion what to do.now i am totally happy only because of thr tips from futurewins.


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Thomas
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"guys dont think more because its a"

guys dont think more because its a golden chance to earn huge profit in a market like this.i would have made a big profit if i got information about this company before taking tips from other fake companies


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Ignacio
6 years ago

5.00/5.00

"10 point stop loss and 30 point target"

10 point stop loss and 30 point target is an amazing thing with crude oil advisory.i was really in confusion how it is going to work out and it really works!!!


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