Tag: Natural gas prices 2013

Natural Gas: Buyer Beware!

| February 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  Buyer Beware!

Without question, natural gas has become one of the wildest markets I watch.  The energy commodity is screaming to multi-year highs thanks to the relentless cold enveloping the eastern half of the US this winter. Take a look… As you can see, natural gas has entered a parabolic move to the upside over the past […]

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Will Bulls Take Natural Gas Higher?

| October 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
Will Bulls Take Natural Gas Higher?

Ask anyone who watches the energy markets and they’ll likely tell you the same thing… … It was a lackluster summer for natural gas. Ambivalent weather resulted in above average July EIA inventory reports.  As a result, natural gas plunged from $3.80 mmBtu to $3.30 by August.  The early summer drop was a surprise for […]

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Hot Commodity Stocks: Cheniere Energy (LNG)

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Hot Commodity Stocks:  Cheniere Energy (LNG)

Without question, the biggest news out of the oil and gas industry over the past few years has been the advancement of drilling technology- specifically fracking. As you may know, fracking is the revolutionary technique that has allowed explorers to unlock vast quantities of energy here in the US.  In fact, the Potential Gas Committee […]

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Natural Gas: Seasonal Slowdown In Order…

| May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  Seasonal Slowdown In Order…

Warmer temperatures are finally starting to arrive here in the US.  In fact, most areas of the US are expected to see slightly above average temperatures for May, June, and July according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) three-month outlook. Not surprisingly, this warming trend has the price of natural gas on the […]

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Natural Gas: The Only Bullish Commodity Trade That’s Working Right Now…

| April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Natural Gas:  The Only Bullish Commodity Trade That’s Working Right Now…

No doubt about it, this week has been a disaster for commodity bulls.  Gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, crude oil, feeder cattle… they all took steep dives in recent trading. However, much of this bearish trading is likely linked with margin call selling in the gold market.  Desperately underwater gold longs had to raise cash […]

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