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Natural Gas Futures - Jan 15 (NGF5)

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4.212 -0.205    (-4.65%)
1:04:38 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 4.417
  • Open: 4.176
  • Day's Range: 4.176 - 4.214
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vijay varade
vijay varade Nov 24, 2014 12:56AM GMT
Traders remember Price of natural gas depends only on US weather, US supply and US demand . What happens outside United States has no effect on natural gas price unlike other commodities. Unless this winter in United States is colder than last year, you will not see natural gas price above five dollars. If you are long take your profit before price reaches 4.60 dollars. Above this will be good opportunity to short. This assessment is based on there is a lot of surplus gas being produced and this natural gas cannot be delivered outside North America. If this were possible then natural gas would be atleast ten dollars. Good luck with your trading.

James Black
James Black Nov 24, 2014 12:40AM GMT
So far I have read price points of 3.75, 5.25 and 6-7 range............give it up guys. It's called weather and guess what, we're likely to get some more of it over the winter. Read the credibility of your comment before pressing the >POST key.

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Volume Trader Nov 24, 2014 12:10AM GMT
16 cent difference between Dec and Jan contracts . Hopefully Dec will rise and Jan will drop before Tuesday, the last day of Dec trading.
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