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Cooler Weather Pulls Nat Gas Off Resistance
Article By: Jacob Meisel
Friday, May 18, 2018 6:36 PM EDT
Natural gas prices looked like they wanted to break higher, with the June contract testing the $2.87 resistance level before reversing into the settle off cooler afternoon weather models.
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Natural Gas Flashes Buy Signal With Cycles Confirming
Article By: Chris Vermeulen
Friday, May 18, 2018 5:37 AM EDT
Natural Gas will continue to climb higher moving well above the $3.00 level before the end of this month as well as potentially pushing well above the $3.20 level on continued price advances in energy.
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Natural Gas Reverses Off In-Line EIA Print
Article By: Jacob Meisel
Thursday, May 17, 2018 10:40 PM EDT
After trading solidly lower much of the morning the June natural gas contract stabilized off an in-line EIA print and proceeded to rally through the rest of the day, closing up around a percent and a half at the top of the recent range.
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Slight Cooler Late May Trends Play Role In Natural Gas Reversal
Article By: Jacob Meisel
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 8:31 PM EDT
The June natural gas contract continued lower today after its reversal yesterday, settling down a bit less than a percent on the day.
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Prepare For Triple Digit Natural Gas Injections
Article By: Jacob Meisel
Monday, May 14, 2018 6:40 PM EDT
The June natural gas contract ground higher yet again today following a supportive EIA print last Thursday and continued warm forecasts for the second half of May.
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Natural Gas Rallies Again, Though Pulls Back From Resistance
Louis Jackson 11/29/2017 10:45:41 PM

Having learned the hard way in the past that UNG is a tough way to play natural gas, I bought $SWN this time, which has worked out much better. For those who don't trade futures, you have to be careful with instruments like $UNG and $UGAZ.

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