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Natural Gas Futures - Apr 15 (NGJ5)

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2.711 +0.014    (+0.52%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.697
  • Open: 2.700
  • Day's Range: 2.686 - 2.745
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Time Frame:
01/30/2015 - 03/01/2015
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Feb 27, 2015 2.711 2.697 2.744 2.685 - 0.50%
Feb 26, 2015 2.697 2.876 2.886 2.690 - -6.21%
Feb 25, 2015 2.875 2.907 2.947 2.832 - -1.05%
Feb 24, 2015 2.906 2.894 2.973 2.840 - 0.45%
Feb 23, 2015 2.893 3.004 3.043 2.859 - -3.73%
Feb 22, 2015 3.005 2.986 3.009 2.974 - 1.11%
Feb 20, 2015 2.972 2.852 3.007 2.839 - 3.37%
Feb 19, 2015 2.875 2.836 2.907 2.811 121.06K 0.63%
Feb 18, 2015 2.857 2.791 2.866 2.758 91.10K 2.81%
Feb 17, 2015 2.779 2.820 2.893 2.713 121.52K -2.41%
Feb 16, 2015 2.848 2.827 2.895 2.812 - 0.71%
Feb 15, 2015 2.828 2.819 2.838 2.788 - 0.55%
Feb 13, 2015 2.812 2.733 2.819 2.681 112.16K 2.89%
Feb 12, 2015 2.733 2.838 2.891 2.700 136.42K -2.88%
Feb 11, 2015 2.814 2.710 2.867 2.710 130.27K 4.07%
Feb 10, 2015 2.704 2.643 2.766 2.639 103.07K 3.01%
Feb 09, 2015 2.625 2.667 2.704 2.595 79.65K 0.88%
Feb 06, 2015 2.602 2.609 2.648 2.594 79.31K -0.46%
Feb 05, 2015 2.614 2.654 2.702 2.589 60.81K -2.06%
Feb 04, 2015 2.669 2.766 2.777 2.656 47.49K -3.19%
Feb 03, 2015 2.757 2.693 2.780 2.654 55.42K 2.83%
Feb 02, 2015 2.681 2.649 2.697 2.611 45.11K -0.22%
Highest: 3.043 Lowest: 2.589 Difference: 0.454 Average: 2.784 Change %: 1.61

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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Feb 28, 2015 09:26PM GMT
M.M agree with A.S, that you always do the footwork and than share it with everybody on the forum, we thank you for that.

Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 07:42PM GMT
"Gas driller to cut state outlays 40%: ..The company said this week it expects to spend $560 million in the Fayetteville Shale in 2015, . down from $944 million in 2014 -- mirroring other oil and gas producers that are lowering capital expenditures in response to an oversupplied market and weak commodity prices.. "It's part of the general industry slowdown," said James Williams, an energy analyst who operates WTRG Economics near Russellville. "Natural gas prices are lower; . crude oil prices are lower -- that means revenue is lower, so companies are going to generally cut back on their drilling budgets." . ref: http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2015/feb/28/gas-driller-to-cut-state-outlays-40-201/?business
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 08:06PM GMT
on the other side: "...Analysts say they expect both oil and natural gas prices to rebound in the second half of 2015 as the glut in both markets subsides." same ref as above.
Anthony Stulpin
Anthony Stulpin Feb 28, 2015 08:41PM GMT
IMO, you are one of the "most on top of things" bloggers in this forum. I'm still learning and you give the most detailed explanations. Your explanations and links also make the most sense to me. Thanks!
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 09:14PM GMT
np, it's all publicly available info. don't forget to dyodd before investing as no one else is to blame if loses occur. other than that glty
LNG Pirate
LNG Pirate Mar 01, 2015 02:25AM GMT
the market is full of pirates, be on guard

dc Bear
dc Bear Feb 28, 2015 02:00PM GMT
Nat Gas update at chart #9 -- see http://www.tradingchannels.co.uk/
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 04:30PM GMT
it amazes me how people put so much energy into charting. it also reminds me of the dark ages, witches, spells, incense and teas leaves. it's as if the chart tells the future. almost.
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 04:41PM GMT
now you can read this to see how the actually brainy charting should be approached: http://philpearlman.tumblr.com/post/111482290776/natural-gas-mean-reversion n.b. the author makes short but significant references to other factors, such as aggressive speculators and smart hedgers to infer the risk probabilities.
Golden Flames
Golden Flames Feb 28, 2015 04:43PM GMT
I even don't know if the offline chart provide any help. Some time, if I'm sitting on desktop, I do monitor BB, DoM & Volume if I have to do a quick trade based on 5min window. In long run strategy , charts are useless but have to base on the other solid factors.
Marty McFly
Marty McFly Feb 28, 2015 04:54PM GMT
GF: that is my point too. Charting is useful if it focuses on meaningful factors. e.g. instead of blindly drawing lines on the price chart, it is more useful to study the contributing factors in NG: weather charts, finances, demand & production charts. The stock metrics is useful for short trades. The HFT machines do that. Medium and long term investing require much more than that. However, the stock metrics does not work on an 'infinite' capital commodity. New contracts can be created at any time. For, RSI hinted at the OS condition multiple times since Nov and still no significant rebound, meaning other factors are much more important.
Golden Flames
Golden Flames Feb 28, 2015 05:09PM GMT
Agree
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