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Natural Gas At $4.00 Is Starting To Look Expensive
Article By: Dimitris Kontoulis
Sunday, July 25, 2021 9:51 AM EDT
Weekly analysis: We have only recently changed direction on seasonality and any positive spike was more than welcome while buying the uptrend. Here is where directional trading becomes tricky.
In this article: FCG, XOP Also: UNG
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Natural Gas Support At $3.20 Affirms The Uptrend
Article By: Dimitris Kontoulis
Sunday, June 13, 2021 10:17 AM EDT
The market wants to break out in uptrend on seasonality, and a support level around $3.20 - $3.30 will affirm most of market participants sentiment about the following months. The summer demand will offer a nice benchmark for the winter contracts.
In this article: FCG, XOP, UNG
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Natural Gas Fundamentals Are Coming Into Play
Article By: Dimitris Kontoulis
Saturday, May 29, 2021 9:29 AM EDT
This is the first time after several years I feel wary about the upcoming seasonal uptrend. Low interest rate environment cannot be an excuse for speculative spikes. Not when an economy must fully recover first.
In this article: FCG, UNG, XOP
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3 ETFs To Play A Potential Energy Crisis
Article By: Benzinga
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 3:00 PM EDT
There’s a way that investors can profit from rising oil prices. They can buy ETFs that invest in companies in the oil industry.
In this article: AMLP, XLE, XOP
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Natural Gas Anticipating Exhaustion
Article By: Dimitris Kontoulis
Saturday, April 24, 2021 8:28 PM EDT
Natural Gas weekly analysis.
In this article: FCG, UNG, XOP
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WTI Extends Gains After Sizable Crude Inventory Draw, Shrugs Off Unexpected Product Builds
Bill Myers 6/4/2021 2:43:41 AM

$FANG $XOP $USO OK so we had EXACTLY the right #'s IF you just add the higher gasoline build to ESTIMATES versus the HIGHER crude DRAW to estimates. Basically the ESTIMATES really got it EXACTLY RIGHT! Crude -5.36mm (-3.3mm exp) Cushing +741k Gasoline +2.51mm (-1.1mm exp) Distillates +1.585mm (-1.6mm exp)

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