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Range Resources (RRC): Let’s Try This Again…

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
Range Resources (RRC):  Let’s Try This Again…

Egg… Meet face. About two months ago, I wrote an article on why I bought top-tier natural gas producer Range Resources (RRC). If you missed it, you can find it here. At the time, RRC was oversold and a great candidate for a recovery as natural gas prices rallied into the winter heating season. The thesis […]

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Natural Gas Prices: Seasonal Rally Cancelled?

| September 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas Prices:  Seasonal Rally Cancelled?

Yesterday’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) natural gas inventory report was another whopper. The government agency reported a 90 billion cubic foot (bcf) increase in working gas storage levels for the week of September 12th. Upon hearing the news, investors sent natural gas down $0.10 to $3.91 mmBtu. While inventories are still 12.2% shy of last […]

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Why I Bought Range Resources (RRC) Yesterday…

| August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
Why I Bought Range Resources (RRC) Yesterday…

After a month of watching Range Resources (RRC) trade in a choppy downward pattern, I finally added shares of the natural gas producer to my energy portfolio yesterday afternoon. Let me explain why… As you may remember, I suggested you put RRC on your watch list here. RRC is one of the lowest cost producers […]

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Natural Gas: Bottom In?

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  Bottom In?

Yesterday may have been the turning point in the natural gas market… As you may know, this commodity suffered a heavy downturn in recent weeks. Relatively cool temperatures across key usage regions had cooling demand much lower than normal for this time of year. As a result, natural gas producers were able to pile large […]

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Put These Three Stocks On Your Watchlist…

| July 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
Put These Three Stocks On Your Watchlist…

The price of natural gas took another haymaker to the chin last Thursday. Upon hearing the EIA’s most recent natural inventory report, investors aggressively sold the commodity to 2014 lows near $3.95 mmBtu. Take a look… As you can see, natural gas is dropping to test the $3.95 low set on January 10th (green line). […]

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Keep An Eye On This Commodity…

| July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
Keep An Eye On This Commodity…

With a drop of nearly 9% since June 1st, it has been an ugly few weeks for the price of natural gas. Why such a hefty downturn? Quite simply, investors are reacting to large weekly storage injections. Last week’s EIA natural gas storage report revealed a 100 bcf build. The previous four weeks reports disclosed […]

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Energy Update: Check Out This Chart…

| June 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
Energy Update:  Check Out This Chart…

With Summer just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to take a closer look at the energy markets. In case you’re unaware, July, August, and September are notoriously volatile months for crude and natural gas. Let’s start with crude oil… It has been a relatively uneventful few weeks for the oil market. As you […]

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Natural Gas: Look Out Below?

| May 23, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  Look Out Below?

Yesterday’s US Energy Information Administration (EIA) natural gas inventory report revealed some very important information… For the week of May 16th, working gas in storage rose by 106 billion cubic feet (bcf). The inventory injection was above analysts’ consensus estimate of a 103 bcf build. Look at what the news did for the price of […]

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Natural Gas Exports: Bad Idea? Part 4

| May 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas Exports: Bad Idea? Part 4

Let’s pick up where we left off a few weeks ago.  In my last article on impending US natural gas exports, I explained why keeping the commodity here at home would be better for our country’s economy in the long run. In case you missed it, let me quickly recap it for you… As you’ve […]

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Natural Gas Exports: Bad Idea? Part 3

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas Exports:  Bad Idea? Part 3

Let’s pick up our discussion on the upcoming export of US natural gas. As you may remember from our last article on the subject, the US Department of Energy has approved 7 liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities with 23 more waiting for approval. Supporters of LNG exports claim the practice will strengthen the US […]

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