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Natural Gas Futures - Aug 15 (NGQ5)

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2.776 -0.046    -1.63%
17:00:02 GMT - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Energy
Unit: 1 Mmbtu

  • Prev. Close: 2.822
  • Open: 2.826
  • Day's Range: 2.763 - 2.856
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mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Jul 03, 2015 10:57PM GMT
i am in weird position having 3 contracts long @ 2.766 and 5000 shares of DGAZ when NG were @ 2.845, i bought the longs in the rebound not knowing that we have an early day, thou we rebounded but i believe large interest will dump @ the open to take a swing @ 2.74 because they have to cash in before july expiration before july , if this the case i will hold my longs no matter what and sell my DGAZ @ 2.70 because i believe that's the target they are after.Disclosure, these are not facts, it's a total guess arrived from the way we opened last sunday 1000 shares were dumped. i was proven wrong before.
Syed Nasir
Syed Nasir Jul 03, 2015 11:06PM GMT
MH i have seen more percentage point in shorting UGAZ than buying DGAZ because decay works in our favor. I have also shorted both UGAZ and DGAZ at the same time and kept both positions for a month and the decay is about 1-2% per month.

Rain Mann
Rain Mann Jul 03, 2015 07:39PM GMT
Just picked up 3000 of hnu at 3.55. Just for little over weekend ng action. Too bad us market is not open today. I have doing really well with ugaz over night holds.
goldfish 77
goldfish 77 Jul 03, 2015 09:05PM GMT
Im still holding my HND from 9.97 could of dumped at 10.34 .but will see if more downside coming Monday?

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imarkets3696 96SC Jul 03, 2015 05:58PM GMT
@ Emmett, the Marcellus $1 spot ng in he NE, thing?
Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown Jul 03, 2015 06:13PM GMT
Dominion and a couple of other high-volume sub $1 NG at http://www.naturalgasintel.com/ice. The EIA Henry-based spot at http://www.eia.gov/dnav/ng/hist/rngwhhdd.htm. an older report from EIA (Oct 2014) : "Some Appalachian natural gas spot prices are well below the Henry Hub national benchmark" http://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.cfm?id=18391. A fair report on Oil vs NG at http://www.theenergycollective.com/geoffrey-styles/2213256/how-will-low-oil-prices-affect-natural-gas
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imarkets3696 96SC Jul 03, 2015 06:21PM GMT
Yes Emmett, but if I understood correctly ? that is a distribution problem. That can not ship it long distance and do not have enuff local domand, correct?
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imarkets3696 96SC Jul 03, 2015 06:36PM GMT
OKay, read that one too, mmm
Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown Jul 03, 2015 06:47PM GMT
yes, the price is very location-dependent. If pipes were plenty, the NG would have hit $1ish very fast, thus *******virtually all non-Marcellus producers, then NG price would rebound hard because the offer gets much smaller. Shale is ~25% of the total, however we saw its knees bending for the last 10 weeks meaning no money and the technology ceiling might put a hard stop on the crazy growth rate sooner than later. Some oil producers would flare NG or give it away for free, being more interested in the Oil profit. Now that this is all but gone, NG price is getting some support. If Oil does not recover, producers would think twice before flaring or selling NG for peanuts. This oversimplified explanation is good enough for me to buy or sell.
Emmett Brown
Emmett Brown Jul 03, 2015 06:48PM GMT
those ****** were put there by the site engine to replace the k1. ll1ng word
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