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Spread trading: Crude oil


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Let's take a look at the following spread CLG8-CLH8 (Crude oil)

The Spread Indicator entered the overbought level. The indicator crossed above 80 suggesting that theFebruary 2018 crude oil contract is weaker than theMarch 2018 contract. I would consider selling crude oilFebruary 2018 and buyingMarch 2018 at the closing of the market
Spread Indicator
Please feel free to contact me at vonufrio@halifaxamerica.com
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Vittoria Onufrio is a senior broker at Halifax America and has been working in the Industry since 2010. Before that she worked as an attorney for 3 years in Palermo. 

She received her JD and Ph.D. in Comparative law from University of Palermo and two master's degrees. One in European law from University of Trento and the second master's degree in Intellectual Property law from Suffolk University. In 2014 she concluded her post-doctoral studies at UCLA - Center for the Study of Women.

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