Nadia Simmons

Nadia is a private investor and trader, dealing in currencies, commodities (mainly crude oil), and stocks. Using her background in technical analysis, she spends countless hours identifying market trends, major support and resistance zones, breakouts and failures. In her writing, she presents complex ideas with clarity that enables you to easily understand market changes, and profit on them. Nadia is the person behind Sunshine Profits' 3 premium trading services: Forex Trading Alerts, Oil Trading Alerts, and Oil Investment Updates.

Nadia Simmons Articles

Trading position (short-term): In our opinion no positions are justified from the risk/reward perspective. On Wednesday, crude oil gained 0.75% after the EIA data showed that crude inventories rose less than expected and better-than...
Trading position (short-term): In our opinion no positions are justified from the risk/reward perspective. On Thursday, crude oil moved lower as the U.S. dollar strengthened after solid U.S. economic data and stocks of distillates fell...
Trading position (short-term): In our opinion no positions are justified from the risk/reward perspective. On Wednesday, crude oil rose on better than expected economic data from China and climbed to its highest level since late October....
On Friday, crude oil gained 2.27% as the U.S. dollar weakened against major currencies after a monthly U.S. employment report came in weaker than expected. Thanks to these circumstances, light crude extended gains and rose above $100 per...
Earlier this week, the U.S. currency erased some losses against the euro, yen and Swiss franc. However, the greenback moved lower against the British after data showed that construction output in the U.K. rose at the fastest rate since...
On Monday, crude oil lost 0.84% as weaker-than-expected U.S. and Chinese economic data fueled concerns over crude oil demand. Thanks to this news, light crude closed the day below $97 for the first time since January 27.
In our previous commentary, we examined the situation in oil stocks. Back then, we wrote in the summary: (…) the outlook for oil stocks remains bullish and the uptrend is not threatened, however, taking into account the medium- and short-...
In our last essay on oil stocks from December 2, we checked the oil-stocks-to-oil ratio to find out what impact it could have on future oil stocks’ moves. Back then, we emphasized the strong positive correlation between the ratio and the...
In our previous essay, we examined the situation in crude oil in different time horizons. Back then, we wrote that the short-term situation had improved as crude oil had broken above both short-term resistance lines on relatively high...
In our previous essay we focused on the oil-stocks-to-oil ratio and its implications for oil stocks. However, at the end of November we checked this ratio to find out what impact it could have on future crude oil’s moves

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