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Natural Gas Futures - Oct 14 (NGV4)

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4.049 -0.009    (-0.21%)
3:07:46 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 4.057
  • Open: 4.057
  • Day's Range: 4.044 - 4.061
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Natural Gas Overview

Prev. Close4.057
MonthOct 14
Tick Size0.001
Contract Size10,000 MMBtu
Tick Value10
Day's Range4.044 - 4.061
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolNG
52 wk Range3.379 - 6.493
1-Year Return13.8%

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Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus Aug 29, 2014 12:26AM GMT
How many more times do you clearance department tools need to be told? NG IS BULLISH! 4.2 in two shakes of a lambs tail.
Steven  Allen
Steven Allen Aug 29, 2014 12:39AM GMT
Even though I agree with you...you'll catch more flies with honey :) Besides, we need these bears, so we can take their money.
Michel Ste-marie
Michel Ste-marie Aug 29, 2014 12:56AM GMT
Ok. So what happens when big injections numbers start coming back before cold weather really settles in? Are the bears gonna take your money then... I am curious to find out.
Old School
Old School Aug 29, 2014 02:42AM GMT
I don’t know if the traders are ignorant or purposely ignore the factor.. Look at injection model from now till Sep. Ask question from your self if this is achievable ?. (Aug 29 86bcf), (Sep5 106 bcf), (Sep 12 97bcf), (Sep 19 99 bcf), (sep 26 99bcf) = total of 486bcf in 5 weeks.......decision is in your hand. I guess Bulls are pretty safe as whole winter is ahead.
ken chan
ken chan Aug 29, 2014 02:58AM GMT
OS, hope you still remember what happened in March when the inventory was at record low after the frigid Jan & Feb, ng price was in the range 4.22-4.80 in March, I would say factor of issue of record low inventory was never reflected in ng price in March, even in April. NG price in July & Aug so far didn't reflect any concern of inventory issue since price had been at its low 4's to high 3's. I doubt if the market is having such inventory issue.
skot Skjei
skot Skjei Aug 29, 2014 03:01AM GMT
I am looking at a model (and I use 6 year average, I’m just different). After this injection we are averaging 18.3 bcf above 6y average every week since injection started. Using this model the next 5 injections are 79, 92,102,101 and 104. Total 478 for your 5 weeks. Also somebody earlier started there were only 9 weeks of injection left. There is 10, and, if you add the average increase to the weekly average it comes out as 12 more weekly injections. But that’s just math. The only reasons I see the price increase or remain high would be that 1. The next winter would need to be just as cold as the last and 2. The increase in production would need to roll back.
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Steven  Allen
Steven Allen Aug 29, 2014 12:15AM GMT
Weather coms extended (10 days out) heat map is showing 90s across much of tjhe country. I'm not calling for a bullish outlook based on cold weather, but just the opposite. My AC has been on all month after not needing it in June and July. I think we may have an abbreviated Fall, with Summer turning into Winter relatively quickly. P.S. told you that initial drop before close was just profit taking. Now it's pushing through resistance with some gusto.

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande Aug 28, 2014 11:40PM GMT
4.00 isnt going to hold, this is the peak all winter. only 10% behind on storage levels with 10 more weeks of positive injections. Simple
Steven  Allen
Steven Allen Aug 29, 2014 12:19AM GMT
There's only 9 weeks left. Storage is at 2630 and it's 518 below average, which is more like 20% behind. If you're going to use numbers to make a case, at least use the right numbers.
Michel Ste-marie
Michel Ste-marie Aug 29, 2014 01:00AM GMT
And you assume that massive production of NG will stop by then ? Or will it continue to impact on the weekly withdrawls of NG during the winter at that point...
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