Denmark
Biography
Ole Hansen is a specialist in traded futures with particular focus on commodities. He has previously worked 15 years in London most recently for a multiasset futures and foreign exchange hedge fund where he was in charge of the trade execution team.
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  • 2d
    Gord Vancouver Gord Vancouver
    Vorfolomei.. I am not convinced that giving your own intraday trading recommendations is adding value to Ole's page of market analysis (which goes beyond just WTI...
    1d
    Vorfolomei Vorfolomei
    CFD US Crude March 2016
    SELL 15.00 GMT(time of entry into the market)
    STOP-LOSS-0.5 usd
    TAKE-PROFIT- min 1 usd
  • Squawk / Monday at 14:28 GMT
    I am concerning myself with analyzing of market since 2012, I haven’t been attended any special advance training courses in this sphere. All I reflected is a result of my own analysis of behavior of trend. I’m analyzing only future market, specifically US Light Sweet Crude Oil (CL).

    I arrived to the conclusion that day trade behavior of trend is predicted. The instrument of prediction is - combination of candle analysis with the volume of trades and definite time frame. It is even not a strategy, but natural direction of trend in future, according to its behavior in present in definite time. Simply speaking, this is a prediction of time of the beginning and the end of up and down.

    I hope this will call your attention.
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  • Article / Monday at 8:50 GMT

    COT: Oil battle heats up; gold vulnerable to profit taking

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    COT: Oil battle heats up; gold vulnerable to profit taking
    Money managers were net-sellers of commodities during the week ending February 2. Selling across the energy sector and sugar more than offset ongoing buying of gold and grains and continued short-covering of copper and corn. The bull and bear fight in WTI oil is raging on with short positions near a record while longs have reached a 7-month high.
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    4d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi ozy. The growing long reflects a belief that oil will go higher but as fxtime also mentioned when you have a very crowded trade you look...
    4d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    With regard to gold the cheer stress being seen across the other asset classes continue to provide gold as well as silver with support. Silver has broken...
    4d
    ozy ozy
    Thanks Ole.
  • Article / Monday at 8:31 GMT

    COT: IMM EUR positioning back towards neutral after rout

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Money managers were already busy selling dollars before dovish FOMC comments sent it sharply lower against the euro. During the week ending February 2 they cut bearish bets on the EURO while the combined dollar long against eight IMM currency futures were trimmed by 20% to a three-month low.
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  • Squawk / Sunday at 19:17 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Volatility in #oil markets assured with bull and bear positions in WTI both rising. Latest Brent data due Monday 1pm CET https://twitter.com/ole_s_hansen/status/696259322293186560
    https://twitter.com/ole_s_hansen/status/696258098244227072

    This week the monthly energy reports from both the EIA and IEA will hit our screens on Tuesday. The "drowning in oversupply" comment from the IEA following their January 19 release helped send oil down to what has so far been the low in the market.
    Useful links:
    http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/steo/
    https://www.iea.org/oilmarketreport/omrpublic/
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  • Saxo TV / 05 February 2016 at 10:35 GMT

    What’s in store for FX traders after turbulent start to 2016?

    John J Hardy
    Want to know what's next for major currencies like the US dollar and the euro? Want to know what trading opportunities are out there? Then check out this webinar, where Saxo Bank's Head of FX Strategy John Hardy provides in-depth analysis into the markets after the first round of central bank meetings in 2016.
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  • Article / 04 February 2016 at 11:41 GMT

    Oil options show traders primed for a plunge

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Crude oil has gyrated violently within a six- to eight-dollar range during the past couple of weeks. Will the current oversupply and worries about demand drive the price even lower or will it be a jump higher on a surprise Opec/non-Opec production cut?
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    04 February
    ozy ozy
    What about last 1 hour's sharp rise? is there a news from saudis-opec?
    04 February
    rhodium rhodium
    Yes, 4th update on Opec/Non Opec meet..
    6d
    matsuri matsuri
    yesterday count of drilling rigs by Baker Hughes showed that the number of these in the USA fell by almost 8% compared to the previous week, ...
  • Article / 04 February 2016 at 9:31 GMT

    From the Floor: A tale of oil and USD

    From the Floor: A tale of oil and USD
    Market volatility is very apparent today particularly in crude oil which has strengthened again despite inventories growing. The weak USD is one of the reasons and this benefits EM currencies as well. How the Fed will react remains to be seen but further rate hikes have become less likely.
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