Futures dropping sharply ahead of the market open as Wall Street continues to recover from yesterday's oil price plunge. U.S. crude climbed back into positive territory this morning briefly before dropping below zero again. After Monday's price crash to negative $37.63 a barrel, the lowest level since oil futures began trading in 1983. Due to a lack of storage space buyers were essentially paying sellers to take the oil back. We spoke to Art Hogan, Chief Market Strategist at National Securities Corporation, to break it all down.