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Booyah! Where does crude oil go from here?

DeCarley Trading Chart Analysis Featured on Jim Cramer's Mad MoneyJim Cramer's "Off the Charts" segment used Carley Garner's crude oil chart analysis in the May 28th show!

The strength in oil prices may not be terribly long-lasting.

That's the broad takeaway from technical analysis provided by Carley Garner, author of "A Trader's First Book on Commodities."

Although Jim Cramer is first and foremost a fundamental investor, he often turns to technical analysis for insights, especially when an analyst has an impressive track record.

And Cramer says few analysts have been more accurate than Garner. "So, when Garner says to be cautious about crude, I take her seriously."

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