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Natural Gas Futures - Mar 15 (NGH5)

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2.672 -0.047    (-1.73%)
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Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.719
  • Open: 2.724
  • Day's Range: 2.639 - 2.731
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Sfarime Thomas
Sfarime Thomas Jan 31, 2015 07:13AM GMT
im going to hold my 100,000 DNGZ for the whole month
mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jan 31, 2015 08:03AM GMT
you mean DGAZ and if you have 100k shares you will would not care to share that with nobody

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Team Naturalgascallsonly.in Jan 31, 2015 05:33AM GMT
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Jobber Flib
Jobber Flib Jan 31, 2015 04:44AM GMT
If you find yourself constantly stating "winter is about to be here," or "bears think it will go down forever," or "a year ago the price was x when the storage was y," or "oil is dragging down NG," then please take all your money out of trading and put it in a shoebox under your bed because you are an idiot. Thr price is going down and is continuing to go down primarily because we have record production, normal winter, normal storage, which means the possibility many months from now of having record storage. It's not magic, manipulation, or your mother. It's called supply and demand. Production has ticked up each of the last two weeks; Canadians are selling NG at a low bid to make up for the oil sand losses; we just had a sub-100 withdraw in January. There is no reason to support a bullish case. When production slows AND demand increases, then NG will go up. Until then, you're just dumb.
Jobber Flib
Jobber Flib Jan 31, 2015 04:50AM GMT
PS. If you think we'll be higher on Wednesday than we are today, you're even dumber. The momentum is clearly down and the pervasive worry will be "what if the next storage number surprises down again and I get stuck in another 30 pt drop?" In English, that means people will sell their positions and bid the price down so that they are stuck on the wrong side of another storage number and the price will drop. Hello sub 2.6, see you by Wednesday.
Mark Gimenez
Mark Gimenez Jan 31, 2015 05:08AM GMT
What about Monday and Tuesday?
Jobber Flib
Jobber Flib Jan 31, 2015 05:21AM GMT
Anybody who says where the market is going to be in 24 or 48 trading hours is going to be right 50% of the time. I think it's gaping down Monday, but I'm not making a call. However, I'm more confident that at some point in the next week, the larger trend down will continue and we'll set a new low. I can, however, state with 100% accuracy that the same people will continue to talk about averaging down, the big coming cold clipper they are witnessing over their northwestern heads that is bound to bring NG production to a standstill and freeze pee everywhere , and the big bear roast that is just around the corner. I will continue to enjoy watching my short profits rise, knowing their lost long bets are finding a more intelligent home. I'll be banking those profits to enjoy using them on the ride back up, when it comes, which it isn't any time soon.
ken chan
ken chan Jan 31, 2015 05:32AM GMT
JF's posts are making sense. The world differs year over year, don't just always talk about the 5 years in the past. CAD keeps falling, thats ng producers' once in a life time chance to grab money.
ken chan
ken chan Jan 31, 2015 06:22AM GMT
I finally had to say goodbye to my last portion of stubborn bull thing Friday although not much, couldn't fight against the reality. Even if there will be short lived bounces, I won't risk my money in long.
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