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Natural Gas Futures - May 15 (NGK5)

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Unit: 1 Mmbtu

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  • Open: 2.549
  • Day's Range: 2.519 - 2.561
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Apr 25, 2015 06:05PM GMT
Big Pg if i said 2.80 in the first 2 weeks in may, this wasn't a prediction, this is the pattern for NG in the shoulder season for the past six years, on average the rally happens in the third or fourth week in april, only 2009 the rally were the first week of may. i think our condition is pretty similar to 2009, which was NG pop for a month than back sliding down in june, don't think hot weather was in the forecast every single year. therefore for we should get this rally regardless hot weather in the forecast or not, what happens after that will all weather forecast related.

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Apr 25, 2015 01:52PM GMT
p.patel and fras gas, represent 2 views which both of them can happen in the next 10 days 2.40 or 2.85. one thing i know for a fact, based on history patterns, if you are a swing or day trader this thursday, shorts last chance to get to 2.40, personally i think we will get to 2.80 in the first 2 weeks of may.
Big PG
Big PG Apr 25, 2015 05:23PM GMT
MH..I agree with You,but in case If we will have heat out side.

piyush patel
piyush patel Apr 25, 2015 08:39AM GMT
buy ng this week tgt 2.85
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