Natural Gas Futures - Oct 15 (NGV5)

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2.665 -0.024    -0.87%
6:23:35 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.689
  • Open: 2.689
  • Day's Range: 2.664 - 2.694
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MH MH
MH MH 29 minutes ago
Sayed, in general i don't used stop loss, unless very rare occasions, but will use this time in crude, if i get it and get stopped, I'll just wait and hope for the retest which i believe crude will bounce up if it goes below $40 because most shorts covered already in this rally, sellers has to fear the $40 line.
Syed Nasir
Syed Nasir 24 minutes ago
I keep missing the futures move by either stopping too early or putting stop loss to close.
MH MH
MH MH 18 minutes ago
don't waste money on stop loss, wait till it come close to previous low, and throw your kitchen at, been always saying, below $40 is not sustainable, once you have a future contract, you don't have to word about decay, just be patient , till it rallies, my first contract without a stop all be 39.60, it used to be resistance.
Syed Nasir
Syed Nasir 9 minutes ago
Thats what i made a mistake putting stop losses and it keep getting hit either long or short.
Sundeep Tibrewal
Sundeep Tibrewal 46 minutes ago
There would be spike of say 1% in the price of NG which may be used to get this dumped (short). I am running with my shorts & shall cover at lower prices part by part. Strong level of 2.640 is persisting as wall.
Hardik King
Hardik King 54 minutes ago
Drillers Unleash ‘Super-Size’ Natural Gas Output -from wall street journal . . The U.S. may have even more--and much cheaper to get--supplies of natural gas than anyone imagined.. . Experimental wells in Louisiana by explorers including Comstock Resources Inc. and Chesapeake Energy Inc. are proving highly profitable even at today's bargain-basement prices because of the sheer volume of fossil fuels that can be coaxed out of the ground -from nasdaq
Sundeep Tibrewal
Sundeep Tibrewal 5 minutes ago
Cheer
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