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Video / 16 April 2018 at 8:25 GMT

Trading WTI oil following Syrian air strikes — #SaxoStrats

Kay Van-Petersen
Saxo's global macro strategist Kay Van-Petersen considers shorting June contracts in WTI, from $67.10/barrel, in a high conviction trade.

He is aiming to target levels around $62.00-$65.00/barrel, but recognises key risks developing such as retaliation from Russia.

You can read more by Van-Petersen here.
19 April
The Grinch The Grinch
Still convinced?
20 April
Alan M Alan M
Saudi saying anything they can to talk up the prices, and trump just out saying they are artificially high. This could get interesting yet!
23 April
The Grinch The Grinch
Indeed. Nevertheless, as long as the macro story remains 'growth', I suspect that current levels are well supported. However, this may change sooner rather than later.
09 May
Kay Van-Petersen Kay Van-Petersen
The Grinch, Alan M... As always appreciate the dialogue, comments & thoughts ... was travelling last few wks so missed this... See the update this morning through a squawk on this... (formal update will come through when our dream team editors get in) I have been dead wrong on the tactical/near-term bearish view... despite us getting c. +2% within c. 24hrs of the call... Hindsight Harry suggests perhaps we were a touch greedy...

On longer horizon, agreed that things are very constructive for the oil bulls... there are serious supply shortfalls that start to kick in big time from 2020 to 2022... & the EV demand is still not yet a game changer for oil demand for vehicles... that will likely take another decade to become seriously material...

Wishing you both & the rest of the TF community a brilliant May

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