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The Most Volatile Game in Town

From my experience, June is a great month to take a look at the natural gas market. One reason is the speculative opportunities that can develop because of the weather. It’s hurricane season so there is always the possibility of a natural gas plant shutdown in the Gulf of Mexico. Hot weather can also lead to greater demand for natural gas because of all those air conditioners running on the East Coast and in the Midwest. Sometimes the weather causes a price spike, other times a trend develops because of heat domes that periodically form. If you’re a speculator then you may want to watch for these events.

The natural gas futures market is probably better suited for the speculator who likes the action because it is one of the most volatile games in town. At this time, the market is in a strong uptrend. Because of the severely cold winter, huge demand for heat was able to put a dent in the big supply that had been limiting upside price action.

 

This winter, buyers were finally able to break through the $4.320 barrier that had been holding back the market. Now this price is support and the new resistance is $4.891. As of the week-ending June 20, August natural gas futures were trading at $4.6500. This puts the market in a position to take out those highs if the demand is there to burn up more of the supply. And the only way this excess supply will disappear is if there are weather issues in either the form of a hurricane later in the summer,…




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