iShares Natural Gas Commodity ETF

GAS-T

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Analysis and Opinions about GAS-T

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BUY
BUY
July 12, 2010
Natural Gas Commodity ETF. Now that it's off a bit, it's a great time to Buy because we are now going into the real dog days of summer and it's really hot.
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Natural Gas Commodity ETF. Now that it's off a bit, it's a great time to Buy because we are now going into the real dog days of summer and it's really hot.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 5, 2010
For most people, he is not sure that speculating on the commodity is the best way to go. Natural gas prices are very unpredictable. Because of shale gas is not sure there will be much of an increase in gas prices.
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For most people, he is not sure that speculating on the commodity is the best way to go. Natural gas prices are very unpredictable. Because of shale gas is not sure there will be much of an increase in gas prices.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 17, 2010
Natural gas is one of the most volatile commodity out there. A very difficult area to play. This ETF may not necessarily track the actual movement of the commodity perfectly. Would prefer one of the natural gas trusts.
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Natural gas is one of the most volatile commodity out there. A very difficult area to play. This ETF may not necessarily track the actual movement of the commodity perfectly. Would prefer one of the natural gas trusts.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 1, 2010
Tracks physical gas. We are way past the shoulder season. The air conditioners are really humming. There should be a real peak in demand.
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Tracks physical gas. We are way past the shoulder season. The air conditioners are really humming. There should be a real peak in demand.
SELL
SELL
April 16, 2010
That gas is settled out at a reasonable range and downside is fairly limited. Most of the ETFs go to the market and buy future delivery of the commodity so rebalancing is sometimes monthly, sometimes daily. Given the shape of the curve, he would be a seller.
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That gas is settled out at a reasonable range and downside is fairly limited. Most of the ETFs go to the market and buy future delivery of the commodity so rebalancing is sometimes monthly, sometimes daily. Given the shape of the curve, he would be a seller.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 9, 2010
Natural gas ETF. Trades like a commodity and he has gotten rid of about three quarters of his holdings. Can't see where the bottom is on gas.
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Natural gas ETF. Trades like a commodity and he has gotten rid of about three quarters of his holdings. Can't see where the bottom is on gas.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 8, 2010
Natural gas ETF. Natural gas and currency are 2 of the most difficult things to predict. If he were going to own natural gas, he would rather own the companies that produce it.
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Natural gas ETF. Natural gas and currency are 2 of the most difficult things to predict. If he were going to own natural gas, he would rather own the companies that produce it.
SELL
SELL
March 19, 2010
Natural gas ETF. He does not expect gas to go back up. Recent storage numbers indicated a draw down but injections are going to start relatively soon and we’ll be back into the excess storage situation again.
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Natural gas ETF. He does not expect gas to go back up. Recent storage numbers indicated a draw down but injections are going to start relatively soon and we’ll be back into the excess storage situation again.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 16, 2010
Natural gas. One of the problems with all commodity ETF's is that they tend to trade off the futures market, which tends to give a rollover effect. Would rather hold a basket of commodities within a portfolio.
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Natural gas. One of the problems with all commodity ETF's is that they tend to trade off the futures market, which tends to give a rollover effect. Would rather hold a basket of commodities within a portfolio.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 4, 2010
(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 31.6%.) Got stopped out at about 10% down.
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(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 31.6%.) Got stopped out at about 10% down.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 21, 2009
Natural gas ETF. Unless you are extremely nimble, such as a day trader, this is a hard way to make money as an investor.
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Natural gas ETF. Unless you are extremely nimble, such as a day trader, this is a hard way to make money as an investor.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 17, 2009
(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 26.4%.) Got stopped out with a 10%-11% loss.
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(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 26.4%.) Got stopped out with a 10%-11% loss.
BUY
BUY
October 27, 2009
Better ETF for longer term holds on Nat Gas.
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Better ETF for longer term holds on Nat Gas.
COMMENT
COMMENT
October 15, 2009
Very volatile. When you are dealing with any kind of futures contract, you have to anticipate volatility. Treat this as a trading vehicle.
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Very volatile. When you are dealing with any kind of futures contract, you have to anticipate volatility. Treat this as a trading vehicle.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 13, 2009
Tracks price of the forward contract of natural gas. Things are starting to normalize. To own this you hope for a cold winter and that the manufacturing sector comes back strongly. There are tones of storage out there. Be careful. Would prefer stocks that drill for Nat Gas.
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Tracks price of the forward contract of natural gas. Things are starting to normalize. To own this you hope for a cold winter and that the manufacturing sector comes back strongly. There are tones of storage out there. Be careful. Would prefer stocks that drill for Nat Gas.
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