$50 in the books, here's how to trade $60 oil

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U.S. oil prices traded above the key $50 level Thursday for the first time since October. Six weeks ago the commodity was below $40 a barrel. So how can you capitalize on the next $10 move?

WTI crude is up more than 8 percent this month on reports of falling inventories and reduced refinery capacity

Using Kensho, a quantitative tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro found the top-performing stocks and ETF securities when oil prices rose by at least $10 over a three-month period.

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