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Natural Gas Futures - Sep 14 (NGU4)

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3.844 -0.045    (-1.16%)
22/08 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 3.889
  • Open: 3.881
  • Day's Range: 3.830 - 3.894
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Old School
Old School Aug 22, 2014 10:06PM GMT
Normally everyone follows MMs but this time MMs are going long and the rest reportable short in net change. .....interesting.
ken chan
ken chan Aug 23, 2014 03:29AM GMT
I am still holding my bearish view in ng, I prefer holding single hnd for the day, if it ends up not working, I would either sell it with a loss or buy hnu of same value, hoping I can sell both later without loss. At this time of the year plus a over all mild summer, I don't think MMs are in favor of longs
Jack Daniel
Jack Daniel Aug 23, 2014 04:32AM GMT
Ken,i m with you,i still believe at least we should try 3.75,actually i thought will go lower,i m in ny here is chilly,i dont know where the demand is

ken chan
ken chan Aug 22, 2014 09:21PM GMT
OS, if the hurricanes enter into the Gulf of Mexico, it will definitely be bullish to ng, if the hurricanes/storms enter in other areas, they will cool down the regional temperatures, it will be bearish, my logic. I have both hnu & hnd in equal $$value, for in case any MMgames on rollover day
Old School
Old School Aug 22, 2014 09:34PM GMT
Why are you holding both? Loaded on the weekend. To me It's not a smart move. Unless you have something different in your mind.
ken chan
ken chan Aug 22, 2014 09:42PM GMT
I didn't buy them at the same time, I bought hnd @6.87 that I thought low enough, then I waited for the chance of hnu, I had it @11.12 later. Since ng has been swinging within the price range 3.75-3.95 for a while, I hope it will continue to swing, I will sell each one after the other in the ng swing.
Old School
Old School Aug 22, 2014 09:55PM GMT
My guess is in coming days, it's either gonna swing between (3:68-3:78) or (3:88-498). This is without hurricane factor but based on long term storage model for this year. I can see more upside than down.
Old School
Old School Aug 22, 2014 09:56PM GMT
I mean (3.88-3.98). I pad is really bad for typing.
ken chan
ken chan Aug 22, 2014 10:04PM GMT
I don't want to take the risk on Monday the roll over day, after I bought hnd early today, it didn't go high enough for reasonable profit (I have to pay high broker fee), then suddenly hnu fell to 11.10, I could buy at 11.12. I would treat them as 2 individual positions, sell each of them at my target prices.
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James Black
James Black Aug 22, 2014 08:14PM GMT
So, still nothing happening on NG? Gone fishing, don't be short.
Jack Daniel
Jack Daniel Aug 22, 2014 08:19PM GMT
On a short period doesnt make sense to go up,this week was chilly,at the end the weather is imp,who s using the gas?
Andy HD
Andy HD Aug 22, 2014 08:32PM GMT
hey, JB, based on your long-term experience, how do the sep option expiry and the rollover to october usually go, provided that we are in some contango?
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