Oil (adjusted for inflation). Fuel Crisis. Inflation risk.

cuibono Updated   
This chart is adjusted for inflation. That means it is only valid for the current value of US consumer CPI, in other words just this month. Next month it will probably have to be re-calculated.

It shows that the demand of the current fuel crisis pales in comparison to demand in the wake of the 2007 financial crisis. What if we are still at the early stages in this demand cycle? Oil at $200 (in nominal price) would bring the world to a complete stop, unless of course inflation has made $200 relatively insignificant a price.

Video on how inflation was adjusted for in this chart:
OIL update. Corrected for inflation. This will be crazy. Not trading advice tra la la.

UPDATE: top inflation adjusted, bottom nominal price
yeah $USOIL hit just under our tp of $130 which we posted last month. I guess good place to take profit if you long from below 200ma. let's see what this does, not recommending any trade here. Germany said it will not be banning Russian oil/gas imports of course put the breaks on the fomo. The big dump will be Saudi when they agree to increase output.

UPDATE: wow it does seem that the real resistance is given by inflation


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