curtis paproski

Trading Different types of Oil products

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Hi there

I'm just wondering how does a person trade the different types of specific oils trading in each different country? 

For example the North Dakota Sweet and Sour was at a a multi year low for a couple weeks and has since reverted to its mean. Would have loved to taken advantage of that.

I have an interactive brokers account, I tried to search these but nothing came of it. Please help! 

Much thanks. 

 

 

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On 2/20/2019 at 2:41 PM, curtis paproski said:

Hi there

I'm just wondering how does a person trade the different types of specific oils trading in each different country? 

For example the North Dakota Sweet and Sour was at a a multi year low for a couple weeks and has since reverted to its mean. Would have loved to taken advantage of that.

I have an interactive brokers account, I tried to search these but nothing came of it. Please help! 

Much thanks. 

 

 

You need to stick to the liquid contracts. One is the CL  (Crude Light) in the CME, and the other is the WTI Brent over at the ICE exchange.  Just because contracts are available, it does not mean they are liquid, so always check volume. 

Matt Z 

 

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