iShares Natural Gas Commodity ETF

GAS-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 23, 2009
Natural Gas Commodity ETF. A lot of people have lost a lot of money on ETFs. There has been a bounce in natural gas so we have probably seen the bottom but we are still not out of the shoulder season yet. If you like natural gas, consider going into a senior producer like Encana (ECA-T).
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Natural Gas Commodity ETF. A lot of people have lost a lot of money on ETFs. There has been a bounce in natural gas so we have probably seen the bottom but we are still not out of the shoulder season yet. If you like natural gas, consider going into a senior producer like Encana (ECA-T).
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 17, 2009
(A Top Pick June 19/08. Down 29.2%.) Gas commodity ETF. Was stopped out at a 10% loss. This can be very volatile and it is important to put strict stop/losses on it. This is a good vehicle for playing natural gas.
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(A Top Pick June 19/08. Down 29.2%.) Gas commodity ETF. Was stopped out at a 10% loss. This can be very volatile and it is important to put strict stop/losses on it. This is a good vehicle for playing natural gas.
BUY
BUY
September 10, 2009
Expect there will be quite a bump when people start believing that gas has seen its low. You are going to start seeing a recovery in demand.
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Expect there will be quite a bump when people start believing that gas has seen its low. You are going to start seeing a recovery in demand.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 28, 2009
Because natural gas contracts roll over and the CANTAGO there is a roll over value associated with it, it is strictly for traders. Very volatile. If you are bullish on natural gas, buying natural gas stocks, not the ETFs.
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Because natural gas contracts roll over and the CANTAGO there is a roll over value associated with it, it is strictly for traders. Very volatile. If you are bullish on natural gas, buying natural gas stocks, not the ETFs.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 24, 2009
Ratio of oil to natural gas is almost 25 to 1 because natural gas has become far more abundant and demand is low. Also, natural gas is more economically oriented than oil but as manufacturing production has fallen off, so has demand for gas.
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Ratio of oil to natural gas is almost 25 to 1 because natural gas has become far more abundant and demand is low. Also, natural gas is more economically oriented than oil but as manufacturing production has fallen off, so has demand for gas.
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DON'T BUY
August 24, 2009
Natural gas ETF. There are quite a few ETF’s that you can play natural gas with. There is no question that in the medium to long-term, 12 to 18 months, gas will rebound. Timing is everything. He doesn't see a short-term rebound in gas and in fact it could go lower.
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Natural gas ETF. There are quite a few ETF’s that you can play natural gas with. There is no question that in the medium to long-term, 12 to 18 months, gas will rebound. Timing is everything. He doesn't see a short-term rebound in gas and in fact it could go lower.
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 19, 2009
A short-month natural gas commodity product and is based on the Alberta Exchange Gas contract. It is basically a physical gas play. Realize you are investing in volatile commodity. You also have catango, which is the rolling of spot contracts from one month to the next. Right now natural gas and oil have high catangos.
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A short-month natural gas commodity product and is based on the Alberta Exchange Gas contract. It is basically a physical gas play. Realize you are investing in volatile commodity. You also have catango, which is the rolling of spot contracts from one month to the next. Right now natural gas and oil have high catangos.
WAIT
WAIT
August 18, 2009
If we get a downward trend next month it would be an interesting play.
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If we get a downward trend next month it would be an interesting play.
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 17, 2009
Gas doesn’t have a lot further to go. This is a diversifier to a broader portfolio. If the economy recovers then Natural Gas will do alright.
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Gas doesn’t have a lot further to go. This is a diversifier to a broader portfolio. If the economy recovers then Natural Gas will do alright.
PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
August 11, 2009
The single play on natural gas ETF. He loves natural gas. Thinks this one is going to be excellent. You can sneak a little bit of money into this and will probably win by Oct 31.
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The single play on natural gas ETF. He loves natural gas. Thinks this one is going to be excellent. You can sneak a little bit of money into this and will probably win by Oct 31.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 7, 2009
Natural gas ETF. This is not a Buy on a long Put on gas, but a short one. This has led to some real problems in that you can guess right but still not make any money. His views on natural gas are negative.
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Natural gas ETF. This is not a Buy on a long Put on gas, but a short one. This has led to some real problems in that you can guess right but still not make any money. His views on natural gas are negative.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
July 30, 2009
(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 24.87%.) Natural gas ETF. Was stopped out of this at $7 so was down 9.8%. From a contrarian standpoint, natural gas still looks quite interesting because of the 18 to 1 ratio to oil. If you are going to trade this, use tight stops.
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(A Top Pick June 19/09. Down 24.87%.) Natural gas ETF. Was stopped out of this at $7 so was down 9.8%. From a contrarian standpoint, natural gas still looks quite interesting because of the 18 to 1 ratio to oil. If you are going to trade this, use tight stops.
PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
July 24, 2009
Would be very careful of natural gas. It is very, very choppy. Has a nice downward trend and it looks like the momentum is being lost. Might be a good time to buy, but only by a small amount.
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Would be very careful of natural gas. It is very, very choppy. Has a nice downward trend and it looks like the momentum is being lost. Might be a good time to buy, but only by a small amount.
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 3, 2009
HBP NYMEX Nat'l Gas Bull+ (HNU-T) or Claymore Natural Gas Commodity ETF (GAS-T)? Natural gas has come down to levels that makes it attractive, especially as related to crude oil prices. There is a lot of gas in the market because of unconventional drilling. He is initiating a very small position through U.S. Natural Gas Fund E.T.F. (UNG-N), which is playing the price of gas rather than companies. He is writing Puts on the position to reduce its costs.
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HBP NYMEX Nat'l Gas Bull+ (HNU-T) or Claymore Natural Gas Commodity ETF (GAS-T)? Natural gas has come down to levels that makes it attractive, especially as related to crude oil prices. There is a lot of gas in the market because of unconventional drilling. He is initiating a very small position through U.S. Natural Gas Fund E.T.F. (UNG-N), which is playing the price of gas rather than companies. He is writing Puts on the position to reduce its costs.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 2, 2009
Natural gas. HPB NYMEX Bull+ or Claymore ETF (GAS-T)? There is no sign that the bear is over. Some of the stocks have moved in anticipation so he would avoid the natural gas stocks. The HPB is a double ETF while the Claymore is an inverse. He would recommend the inverse (GAS-T) and not mess around with the double. Don't buy it on the way down.
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Natural gas. HPB NYMEX Bull+ or Claymore ETF (GAS-T)? There is no sign that the bear is over. Some of the stocks have moved in anticipation so he would avoid the natural gas stocks. The HPB is a double ETF while the Claymore is an inverse. He would recommend the inverse (GAS-T) and not mess around with the double. Don't buy it on the way down.
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