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99年8月から先物を始めて今年で ・・・年目です。マイナス8桁に沈んだ事もありましたが、通算でプラス8桁をキープしております。
 
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三角持合い上離れ失敗 ・・・
6月16日と 6月19日。
要は6月5~6日の急上昇の後は買いが続いてない事ね。
つまりこの急上昇は踏上げによるものと思われるわ ・・・
踏上げ後は安売り玉が整理されているので下げ易いのね ・・・
 
ゆみせんせい それは恋 ・・・
 
押し目待ち ・・・
 
Oil May Fall on U.S. Demand Drop, Saudi Meeting, Survey Shows

By Mark Shenk

June 20 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil may fall next week because of reduced U.S. fuel consumption and signs that crude supplies will increase after a meeting in Saudi Arabia this weekend.

Thirteen of 28 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News, or 46 percent, said prices will decline through June 27. Eight of the respondents, or 29 percent, said oil will rise and seven forecast little change. Last week 48 percent said futures would fall.

Fuel consumption averaged 20.4 million barrels a day in the past four weeks, down 1.3 percent from a year earlier, the Energy Department said June 18. Saudi Arabian King Abdullah has called for a meeting between oil producers and consumers on June 22 in the Red Sea port of Jeddah.

``The crude-oil market looks like it may, finally, be willing to take notice of faltering demand,'' said Tim Evans, an energy analyst for Citi Futures Perspective in New York. ``Any confirmed production increase from Saudi Arabia out of Sunday's producer-consumer summit would likely tip the market more firmly to the downside.''

Saudi Arabia plans to increase crude-oil production by 200,000 barrels a day, according to a statement yesterday from the kingdom's embassy in London. The statement didn't specify the timing of the increase. Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi pledged on May 16 to boost output by 300,000 barrels a day in June.

The country has since indicated that it plans to announce a further addition at the coming meeting.

Crude oil for July delivery has fallen $2.79, or 2.1 percent, to $132.07 a barrel so far this week on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Futures reached $139.89 a barrel on June 16, the highest since trading began in 1983.

Analyst responses have been bearish in 22 of the past 23 weeks. The oil survey has correctly predicted the direction of futures 49 percent of the time since its start in April 2004.



Bloomberg's survey of oil analysts and traders, conducted
each Thursday, asks for an assessment of whether crude oil
futures are likely to rise, fall or remain neutral in the coming
week. The results were:

RISE NEUTRAL FALL
8******* 7****** 13
To contact the reporter on this story: Mark Shenk in New York at mshenk1@bloomberg.net.

Last Updated: June 20, 2008 00:08 EDT
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押し目待ちに押し目なしかも
あゆき
 
・・・・・
うん。 押し目底を確認したようだね。
この調子で140ドル突破すれば150ドルは軽いでしょうね~☆
 
はずむやすな
 
買いのサインは140ドルを突破してからかな ・・・
今晩のNY次第ね。
 
みなさ~ん♪
アラジンランプ・システムは押し目買いで~す☆
 
ゆみせんせい
 
みなさ~ん、買えましたか~?
 
それは恋 ・・・
140ドルさ突破したけど ・・・
おもしろくねェ罫線だべさ ・・・
(故郷の山形弁が時々)
 
ゆみせんせい
 
押し目買い方針に変更ありません。
 
Oil May Fall on Supply Gain, Demand Drop, Survey Says (Update1)

By Mark Shenk and Christian Schmollinger

June 27 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil may fall next week because of rising supplies and declining fuel demand in the U.S., the country responsible for almost a quarter of global consumption.

Eleven of 24 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News, or 46 percent, said prices will decline through July 3. Nine of the respondents, or 38 percent, said oil will rise and four forecast little change. Last week 46 percent said futures would fall.

``Demand in the U.S. has certainly been weakening,'' said Victor Shum, senior principal at Purvin & Gertz Inc. in Singapore. ``If there is a clear indication of demand falling in some of the key developing markets, like China, then there will be more significant pull back in oil prices.''

U.S. crude-oil inventories gained 803,000 barrels to 301.8 million last week, the Energy Department said in a June 25 report. Fuel consumption averaged 20.2 million barrels a day in the past four weeks, down 2.3 percent from a year earlier, the report showed.

Crude oil for July delivery rose $4.07, or 3 percent, to $139.43 a barrel so far this week on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Futures reached $140.39 a barrel yesterday, the highest since trading began in 1983. All of the responses were gathered before prices rallied to the record.

Analyst responses have been bearish in 23 of the past 24 weeks. The oil survey has correctly predicted the direction of futures 49 percent of the time since its start in April 2004.



Bloomberg's survey of oil analysts and traders, conducted
each Thursday, asks for an assessment of whether crude oil
futures are likely to rise, fall or remain neutral in the coming
week. The results were:

RISE NEUTRAL FALL
9******* 4****** 11
To contact the reporter on this story: Mark Shenk in New York at mshenk1@bloomberg.net; Christian Schmollinger in Singapore at christian.s@bloomberg.net

Last Updated: June 27, 2008 02:04 EDT

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