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Natural Gas Futures - Jan 15 (NGF5)

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3.446 -0.197    (-5.40%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 3.642
  • Open: 3.664
  • Day's Range: 3.445 - 3.676
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Andrew MacKillop
Why $75 Is The Right Price For Oil
By Andrew MacKillop - Dec 21, 2014

Putin's Prayer A large number of Oil pricing experts – taking this to mean the interaction of oil, finance and the global economy – would likely agree that $75 a barrel is a reasonable and...

Natural Gas May Hit $7 In Year 2015
By ASHISH K NAYAK  - Dec 19, 2014 1

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported Thursday morning that U.S. natural gas stocks decreased by 64 billion cubic feet for the week ending December 12. That compared with an ...

Kenny Fisher
USD/CAD: Little Movement On Mixed US Data
By Kenny Fisher - Dec 18, 2014

The Canadian dollar has shown some movement on Thursday but is largely unchanged on the day, as USD/CAD trades in the low-1.16 range. In the US, Unemployment Claims dropped to 289 thousand, beating ...

Kenny Fisher
Pound Rebounds On Excellent Retail Sales
By Kenny Fisher - Dec 18, 2014

GBP/USD has posted strong gains on Thursday, partially recovering from huge losses a day earlier. In the North American session, the pair is trading in the mid-1.56 range. On the release front, ...

Gold Core
Is Russia Being Driven Into China's Arms?
By Gold Core - Dec 18, 2014

The "isolation-of-Russia" idea is one that has been receiving a lot of traction of late. Russia's recent economic woes have sometimes been covered with barely contained glee despite the hardships that...

Karim Rahemtulla
OPEC’s Losing Strategy
By Karim Rahemtulla - Dec 18, 2014 1

Americans better fill up their gas tanks now, because oil prices are going back up soon. Oil broke through $70 per barrel, just as I predicted. Prices may continue to drop to around $50 briefly, but ...

Easy Forex
Greenback Strengthens Across The Board
By Easy Forex - Dec 18, 2014

Currencies Easy The euro (EUR) collapsed from 1.2569 down to 1.2319 against the US dollar (USD). The single currency dropped after Janet Yellen stated that interest rates will rise gradually next ...

Danny Riley
FED's Last Call For 2014  
By Danny Riley - Dec 18, 2014 1

Can you say S&P higher low? I can!!!! For tomorrow we have Jobless Claims, PMI Services Flash, Philadelphia Fed Survey, Leading Indicators, EIA Natural Gas Report, 5 and 7 Yr-Note Announcement, ...

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bruno baffy
bruno baffy Dec 21, 2014 05:57PM GMT
http://www.investing.com/analysis/natural-gas-may-hit-$7-in-year-2015-236370. Hey what do you think about that?
Zeus Dude
Zeus Dude Dec 21, 2014 06:22PM GMT
That is interesting. Need to find something to position myself for a potential move like that once we find a bottom. Any thoughts on triple bull etf's that don't contango ?
Cheeseburger Pie
Cheeseburger Pie Dec 21, 2014 06:26PM GMT
the article doesn't provide any good reason why it should hit $7 - it's just a headline to suk you into reading it and being predictably disappointed.
Zeus Dude
Zeus Dude Dec 21, 2014 06:30PM GMT
Yeah of course but once nat gas gets so low eventually it will double of next few yrs with inflation, exports, plants converting to nat gas .....
Gas OutWazoo
Gas OutWazoo Dec 21, 2014 06:55PM GMT
We need more shorts in this.
bruno baffy
bruno baffy Dec 21, 2014 07:55PM GMT
you do not have $ 7 $ 3.9 at the end of the year only
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bruno baffy
bruno baffy Dec 21, 2014 05:43PM GMT
Hey what do you think about that?

Zeus Dude
Zeus Dude Dec 21, 2014 05:29PM GMT
Hey Warren and Vijay thanks for the info. I am a usually a one directional investor and was banking on this cold blast to return. My goal was to see this through Feb by averaging down well scaling in like you said Warren. It has been working in past 2yrs because weather was favorable. This year it's been a challenge so far. Not to say it still can't work. My average cost basis is 11.68 on Ugaz. Now I have to re evaluate and figure an exit plan to recover, potentially profit if weather permits.
Zeus Dude
Zeus Dude Dec 21, 2014 05:31PM GMT
I still have ammo to buy more if I spot a reversal and lower that cost basis but since supports have been failing and feel like next support is 3.38 I have been hesitating. I've been buying only the trenline supports 3.93, 3.60
Warner Buffet
Warner Buffet Dec 21, 2014 08:03PM GMT
Hey Zeus- been there many times myself. I have learned over the years that if not day trading, open a small position and wait a few days to see if my theory is sound. If I am wrong I can always wait a while longer until things turn more favorable and double down. If I am still wrong, I usually won't keep adding. I will wait for the trend to change direction and exit with a small loss or a break-even... Sometimes I am fortunate and I hit the support and resistance levels just right and exit with a clean profit. Most of all, I have learned that when I start to dream of huge gains is when I usually find myself deep in a hole. Patience and continuously re-examining the facts works best for me. Rule no. 1.... never lose money. The best way to accomplish this is to understand the risks, and avoid them.
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