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Natural Gas Futures - Jul 15 (NGN5)

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2.644 -0.062    -2.31%
29/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.706
  • Open: 2.711
  • Day's Range: 2.633 - 2.721
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Natural Gas Overview

Prev. Close2.706
MonthJul 15
Tick Size0.001
Contract Size10,000 MMBtu
Tick Value10
Day's Range2.633 - 2.721
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolNG
52 wk Range2.475 - 4.893
Last Trading Day06/25/2015
1-Year Return-42.03%
Point Value1 = $10000

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Tianyi Invest
Tianyi Invest May 30, 2015 08:03PM GMT
Mr Hussien, look at June of 2013 and 2014. In both years we had multiple weeks downward movement! True, there is risk of extreme hot weather. But how likely it is now that we are confirmed we would get strong El Nino this year. I think last report just convinced all of us the tightening shown in the previous 2 reports are just illusion. The bulls are extremely disappointed. I think that the fundamental has again turned extremely bearish.
Beavis T.P. Bunghole III
Beavis T.P. Bunghole III May 30, 2015 08:20PM GMT
fundamentals haven't changed, it's been bearish for months
mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien May 30, 2015 08:28PM GMT
i only follow similar patterns, only 2009 and 2012 i can follow. once we fall below 2.60 buyers will step in and specially the first hot waive in the forecast will give ng the best bounce.EL Nino is not a fact, As far as myself, i am not going to be short below 2.60. specially that i see that the short trade becoming in favor again. it's the price chasing theory is back in play.
Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown May 30, 2015 08:47PM GMT
Fundamentals are bullish as NG at $2.50 and prod at 72+ bcf/d are unsustainable at longer term. Also, demand is growing constantly year-over-year. Did you notice the production decline for several weeks in a raw? Does that mean anything? That trend will only get worse or at least this is what field analysts think. The healthy injections benefited from the Canadian imports, but there too there is a lot of bleeding and dying going on.
Tianyi Invest
Tianyi Invest May 30, 2015 10:05PM GMT
Why 2009 and 2012? Compared with 2009, the production is way higher. I think 2013 is the closest. The storage level of same period in 2013 is similar as 2015.
Tianyi Invest
Tianyi Invest May 30, 2015 10:06PM GMT
The production will get above 75 once the maintenance are over in early June. That's what my paid source is claiming. Don't know if they can be trusted or not.

azaz dhanani
azaz dhanani May 30, 2015 11:46AM GMT
Ng is now playing a big Game..soon it will trap sellers.... It will breach INR 200 through out this june month.... So only buy in dips.....
Kumar ( India )
Kumar ( India ) May 30, 2015 12:12PM GMT
It is ur First comment in NG forum means new for this site .......I don't thing in the month of June.
mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien May 30, 2015 01:58PM GMT
kumar: the man is in titled to his views, being new to the site is irrelevant, def he has a case to buy the dips at theses levels. the only difference that i believe the bottom has to be tested first before you buy the dips blindly.

Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown May 30, 2015 03:55AM GMT
@Tianyi Invest: COT is equally useful for investors and day traders: "This report provides valuable information about changes in the position commitments of various types of investors. It breaks down the open-interest positions of all major contracts that have more than 20 traders. These reports are used to help determine the likelihood of a trend continuing or coming to an end. Long and short positions are calculated as well as changes from the previous week's positions. Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/cot.asp#ixzz3bag1ygLh"
Tianyi Invest
Tianyi Invest May 30, 2015 08:05PM GMT
Thanks for the information. I still don't get it. How do I use it to guide my trade. This report just showed past position change. But we need be forward looking.
Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown May 30, 2015 08:36PM GMT
COT is for risk mitigation and not necessarily guidance for placing a trade. anyway small fishes like those on this board shifted slightly to less bullish this last report (from 68% to 67%) which is in line with the belief they are doing the 'wrong' thing: "Most market professionals assume that a major percentage of this category are individual speculators. They are notoriously bad traders and you will more often see this category betting against the trend than with it. We don’t pay any attention to this category." http://www.learningmarkets.com/understanding-and-trading-the-cot-report/
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