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Natural Gas Futures - Jun 15 (NGM5)

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2.887 -0.062    -2.12%
22/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.949
  • Open: 2.964
  • Day's Range: 2.883 - 2.972
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien May 23, 2015 03:01AM GMT
V.V i will explain to you again there is intraday margin requirements and over night margin requirements, these low $3000 or $5000 minimum requirements, firms , will work only for day traders, because intraday margin requirements is $500 but if you want to hold multiple contracts over night, the $500 intraday margin requirements jumps to $4000 and $5000, because the $3000 minimum requirements will not protect the firm from the volatility risk to carry an over night contract. . If you still don't understand the difference because we had this conversation before, when you recommend $3000 minimum requirement to open an account , you have to add that works only for day time traders, but obviously UGAZ OR DGAZ buyer, is a swing trader and he will require to hold contracts over night, where in this case 10k minimum requirements account will allow him to hold up to 10 contracts over night with optonhouse, which can not be done with 3k or 5k accounts type.
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 03:51AM GMT
mh - You don't need to explain me about futures contract. I know very well how futures contract and margin works. It is not recommended for novice trader to hold contract overnight. I only suggested how he can open account in the United States instead of in Canada. Why do you have to start this nonsense with me. Did you not get enough on this forum Yesterday . Don't take your frustration out on me. Always treated you with respect but no more.
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 04:15AM GMT
mh - I never recommended anybody ever to start futures account with 3000 or 5000 dollar. This was the only amount of money I had when I opened my account and I had no problem in opening the account. In fact I said TI that he should open with 10000 dollars. My point is that the futures account can be opened with 5000 dollar .and one does not need 100000 dollars.

mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien May 23, 2015 12:46AM GMT
T-Invest/ V.V i explained to V.V before it's not how is the minimum requirements to open an account, because the lower you go the higher the over night requirements, for instant trade station require only $5000 but over night margin is more than double, there is no reason to explain because V.V really thinks he knows and understand everything . i don't know what's happens in canada and their rules, but i know one thing if you want to be a swing trader and desire a future account, don't listen to V.V because he doesn't understand the difference, he is the average joe who gets captured by the headlines deals. if you want to pull the trigger, I'll explain to you the difference.
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 01:28AM GMT
mh- Why you are trying to be abnoxious. I don't care about your account. I live in Canada and I have account with infinity futures in the U.S. which I opened with 5000 dollars, about two years ago. I can not hold any contract overnight. I only day trade futures account, I have said this 100 times here ..I don't know what swing trading of futures you are talking about. If I talk about swing trade that would be for stock or ETF. When some says about verbal diarriha coming out of your mouth, I beginning to think it is true.
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 01:40AM GMT
More than 80% of trading in futures market is done as day trade.
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 01:48AM GMT
mh - Why do you I suggested him to open with 10000 dollar?
vijay varade
vijay varade May 23, 2015 01:49AM GMT
mh- Why do you think I suggested him to open with 10000 dollars?

Anthony Stulpin
Anthony Stulpin May 23, 2015 12:23AM GMT
In response to my earlier post about a 10% gain per week. It really isn't that hard with the way that I trade. I only buy and sell UGAZ or DGAZ, and only make on average 5 or 6 trades a week. I only have to make a 2 to 3 % profit on each trade to achieve the 10% increase. You have to remember that NG alone will at most times swing more than 2 to 3% intraday. So with a 3X ETF with triple the intraday movement, it's much easier to achieve the 10% goal without hitting the absolute highs and lows.
Jian Ghomeshi
Jian Ghomeshi May 23, 2015 02:25AM GMT
Yes quick way to made 10% a week. Also easy to lose 20% if you happen to be on the wrong side. Can't believe I am checking out this forum on a Friday night. Really need a life. haha.. Have a great weekend.
karen dez
karen dez May 23, 2015 03:56AM GMT
I m for most part on losing 20% side :(. JG did u sell your shorts?
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