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Pam Hodnik O
Pam Hodnik O 59 minutes ago
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Will the tropical storm cause gap up or down
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Harold Hedd
Harold Hedd 25 minutes ago
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its only a tropical storm 40 mph .not a hurricane .if anything it will cool thing off .So down she go's only my opinion
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Getuppig 20 minutes ago
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Harold Hedd agree as I am in Fl
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david li
david li 1 hour ago
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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-storm-alberto-gulf-energy/storm-alberto-triggers-oil-worker-evacuation-in-us-gulf-idUSKCN1IQ2P8
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current weather tempreture is red hot like NG.
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if CURRENT temperature is red hot .ITS already priced in
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Cold weather is in from 6/5-6/9. NG will open gap down on Monday weather you like it or not!
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Chris Luich
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I.assume you mean after the roll over price pop
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Coalrocks Rocks
CoalRocks 3 hours ago
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10 deg warmer than average, NG power burn bigly. does not look good shorts, not even a little bit!
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Juan Lopez
Juan Lopez 3 hours ago
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Does Coal still rocks or are you team NG now?
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Juan Lopez  based on NG's  implied volatility NG will trade between 2.90-3.04 between May 25-June 1. shorts are toast!
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Juan Lopez This guys is loose canon here...just ignore his posts.
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and then 3.10 to 2.75 again. lets us see what happens now. all shorted here.
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Coalrocks Rocks
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to open at 2.99 and then break R2 3.018, thanks to Shorts!
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Apparently all brokers under the EUROPEAN regulations has to comply with this requirement
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Has anyone from the European Union received notifications from the broker regarding the new ESMA regulations which will bring down the current leverage for commodities to 1:10?
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Mosqueteiro, is your broker under the European regulations?
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Yeah a week ago or something like that I had to accept the new terms and fill in some other stuff, if you fill in that you are a retail/private investor you get the new regulations and they downgrade the account.
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I use p500 btw.
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Harold Hedd
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I'm betting on julys gap up 2.96 will go down to 2.929 or lower
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Entire country is inundated with tropical storms, what heat? gap down big time if not short more. This will come down hard on production and no heat wave weather could change on a dime here.
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Good news for the bears Satendra said Gap Up which means Gap down :) Always do the opposite and you will get rich .
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Juan Lopez
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You shorted from around 850 right Sam? You did great in oil though
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Yes all shorts until 2.95 July contract now . Oil I did have lot of shorts above 72 but closed little early at 69.17 and added alongs from 69.17 all the way down to 67.70 expecting 70 + in the coming week , we may see 75 $ in oil after this healthy pulls back .
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Juan Lopez
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Sam Cedra yeah I am thinking I might put a little on bull Oil. I may wait though if to see if it goes more down.
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-25/alberto-becomes-first-named-storm-on-path-to-drench-u-s-south ...... is this the reason why NG is up this week and possibly next week??? ......."Storms in the Gulf are closely watched because 5 percent of U.S. natural gas and 17 percent of crude-oil production comes out of the region, according to the Energy Information Administration. Onshore areas along the coast also account for about 45 percent of U.S. refining capacity and 51 percent of gas processing."
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I live in Florida the storm is a non-event
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My positions did rollover rob july contract and we almost reached 3 $ yesterday now at 2.960 , I believe we are gonna really see a nice downtrend coming soon . GLTA
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What program or software do you guys use to trace Fibonnaci levels and retracements? Would like to use it
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or the one that people that block others use
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Coalrocks Rocks
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Flip a coin!
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david li Riptide  okay thanks guys
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Tropical storm Alberto headed into gulf could disrupt some Gulf production. CC
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Happened last year with disrupted production?  Price came down
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Blue Vortex
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2.80 again
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somebody is saying 3+ chance. When all the retail is short, how come big boys can push it above 3. not possible.
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The 5 year average injection for last Thursday's inventory was 89 BCF and report showed only 91 BCF. The 5 year average injections for the next 5 reports are 97, 104, 91,83, and 72. In order to refill inventory by 1st week of November, injections are going to have to be a MINIMUM of 20 BCF over 5 year averages, and so far, that's not happening. Price is going to have to get up to the $3.50 range to have any possibility of EOS in the 3.7-3.8 TCF range. Otherwise, EOS ends in the 3.35 TCF range, as Winter approaches. Don't be fooled into believing a 107 BCF this coming Thursday is bearish. ...just sayin'...
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I have to admit that the 15 min chart and options give an easy path to $3.05 to $3.10. And I didn’t see where anyone started shorting /NGN8 with significance yet.
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To begin with things are in favor of the bears with the roll up .on the other hand ive seen it continue up but less likely
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Ss Maity
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Gm
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dont short NG yet think it will go 3+ soon and possibly retrace after that my guess high wud be around 3002-3025
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The rollover gap up is 2.957
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Moe,You think the price will go down before the market opens on Tuesday?
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If you mean in the early morning hours maybe , not sure
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I meant the opening of the market stock to buy dgaz before the ng price goes down.
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On March 26th Cramer trashed NG.  https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/26/cramer-natural-gas-portfolio-exposure-should-scare-investors.html..I know, it’s Cramer.  But I think it’s odd that he points out the obvious only to have both NG and NG stocks go parabolic a month later? NG looks  like a dying animal taking it’s last gasp. Parabolic moves like this are exactly what institutional holders need to dump their holdings into. If it couldn’t hold gains when multiple Polar Vortex’s were present, why would I think this gain would hold?..I’m short and think this parabolic move isn’t related to reality.  But I do trade a lot intraday and may take short term longs if I see what I like.
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EnergyTraderoh they do roll down on some contracts just not this one
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---Prices Expected to Take Beating in Coming Gas-on-Gas War---..... patience is a virtue
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they thought it would be under $1 in 2015..... goes where it goes....... I use real logic
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monday ng will open at gap up
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Johny bee oh ok, I understand, that the investing will show July contract price which is higher. I was thinking that NG for that particular contract will gap up, like july opening at 3. Now I understood.
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EnergyTrader now it is Contango
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EnergyTrader Here are Friday’s closing prices for the next few months for NG futures.. . June =/NGM8 = 2.929. July = /NGN8  = 2.96. August = /NGQ = 2.83. .. .. December = /NGZ8 = 3.104. . Make sense?
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LOL they’ve already started the bear pump.  Citigroup says that NG could go to zero.  https://seekingalpha.com/news/3359769-platts-permian-oil-producers-natural-gas-problem
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Sounds like something they would do.  Ramp the NG stocks and NG, pump news about wx, storage etc, and then dump everything on retail, while shorting  it to $0.00
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Getuppig $2 if Oil sticks to $60~$65.
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Getuppig WTI at $58 would place the low in the $1.90's.
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david li May 25, 2018 9:37PM ET
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--June Natural Gas Called Higher as Market Seen Pivoting on Weekend Weather Changes--.115-plus Bcf injections expected during the next two weeks ?.....as long as they expect them and don't get them ?
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