Even though this is an appealing market, it is needed research before including oil as a trading asset in your portfolio. Crude oil stands at the heart of transport, construction and more industries. There are historical prices and indicators that will show you how oil prices have moved.

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Supply and Demand

Unlike Gold or Silver, Oil is a daily consumable product. This means that once the product (oil) is consumed, it needs more Oil to replace it. Its usages start from thin films to military-grade parts. Also, it is a huge source of combustible fuel for cars, buses, airplanes and more. The high range of oil usages have grown the demand for this finite commodity. Energy companies are competing to provide an unstoppable supply of oil by extracting 95.2 million barrels of oil per day (this is a reference of 2019).

Geopolitical Events

Even though the companies may try to keep the prices at a fair level, despite the costs, geopolitical events bring some restrictions in the form of taxes and fees. For example, a military conflict in the Middle East, where a large amount of oil is extracted, could cause a cut in the supply and as consequence a price raise.


It stands for the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. It was created in 1960, and the participating countries are listed like this: Algeria, Angola, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, & Venezuela. OPEC reports oil production per member country and manages the total amount of oil produced, ensuring this way the balance between the supply and demand.

Production & Consumption

Referring to the production levels, Saudi Arabia comes second- producing 12.42 million barrels/day (12%), Russia comes third with 11.4 million barrels (11%), followed by Canada, China and Iraq producing respectively the same amount 5% of global oil.

Referring to the consumption levels, China comes second after the US, as the largest oil consumer with 12.79 million barrels consumed per day, which presents 14% of the total world consumption, and after comes India with 4.44 million barrels/day.


Take advantage of the economic growth

If the economy goes through a growth, commodities values do the same. An economic growth creates more jobs, which brings more incomes, the consumption grows, which leads to more sales.

Deal the inflation easier

Based on the historical behaviour, energy commodities are considered safe havens. They have instrict value, meaning that they are not influenced by only the market influencers, but also from their quantity disponible.

There are two ways of making money

Many traders use the buy low-sell high methods to make profits. It attracts day traders and buy-and-hold investors.



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Commodities are considered a must to a trading portfolio. They return to have a negative correlation with stocks and indices. So, when stocks tend to fall, commodities rise. So, trading in commodities ensures diversification and improves the risk tolerance.

Inflation protection

Inflation usually affects stocks and the currency market, because it depreciates the value of the currency. Commodities, however, are not affected by inflation because they retain their value even in difficult times, because traders and investors turn to commodities as safe havens.

High returns

Commodities are volatile assets. They tend to have major shifts in extreme circumstances like wars for example. A war would cause a rise in the crude oil demand, so its price would go up. This scenario would be very profitable for traders if they chose to invest in energy commodities.