It's been a wild ride for crude oil prices.
Since hitting a low of $37.75 on Aug. 24, crude oil has rallied 21 percent. But that hasn't come in one slick move, in fact over the past eight trading sessions the commodity has seen an average intraday swing of more than 5 percent in either direction. And according to one technician's chart work, the roller coaster saga will continue for crude over the next several weeks.
"If you think the volatility in stocks has been bad, just take a look at crude oil," Rich Ross said Wednesday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." Crude oil prices are down more than 19 percent on the year, peaking just above $60 in early May and bottoming out around $37 in late August.