iShares Natural Gas Commodity ETF

GAS-T

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Analysis and Opinions about GAS-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 30, 2009
Natural Gas ETF. In 1 year gas will definitely be higher than what it is now. Longer term, 3-5 years, it will probably be in the $6-$8 range. Most equities are pricing in $6 to $7 gas so there is not as much upside as you would think. This ETF is based on the next contract, which is 1 month. Contract is rolled every month and every time the price is higher you end up buying fewer contracts so you could actually lose money even though the price might be $6. Timeframe for an investor would be 2 or 3 days.
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Natural Gas ETF. In 1 year gas will definitely be higher than what it is now. Longer term, 3-5 years, it will probably be in the $6-$8 range. Most equities are pricing in $6 to $7 gas so there is not as much upside as you would think. This ETF is based on the next contract, which is 1 month. Contract is rolled every month and every time the price is higher you end up buying fewer contracts so you could actually lose money even though the price might be $6. Timeframe for an investor would be 2 or 3 days.
COMMENT
COMMENT
June 26, 2009
Natural Gas. If you like gas and you want to hold it in your portfolio for a few weeks this will give you that exposure.
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Natural Gas. If you like gas and you want to hold it in your portfolio for a few weeks this will give you that exposure.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 19, 2009
Natural gas ETF. Natural gas is down 27% this year and hit a low of $3.40 and is now at about $4. Oil is currently around $70. Ratio is 18 to 1, which is completely out of whack. Should be closer to 6-8 to 1. Natural gas tends to do very well in the 3rd quarter.
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Natural gas ETF. Natural gas is down 27% this year and hit a low of $3.40 and is now at about $4. Oil is currently around $70. Ratio is 18 to 1, which is completely out of whack. Should be closer to 6-8 to 1. Natural gas tends to do very well in the 3rd quarter.
BUY
BUY
June 17, 2009
Natural gas ETF. Not leveraged. He likes natural gas and this will give you exposure to a rising gas price. Also there are no company risks. From a seasonal perspective, it is a little early. (See Top Picks.)
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Natural gas ETF. Not leveraged. He likes natural gas and this will give you exposure to a rising gas price. Also there are no company risks. From a seasonal perspective, it is a little early. (See Top Picks.)
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 15, 2009
Natural gas has been a laggard in the commodity complex. A lot more gas has been found and technology has improved for accessing shale gas. Doesn't see strong pricing power.
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Natural gas has been a laggard in the commodity complex. A lot more gas has been found and technology has improved for accessing shale gas. Doesn't see strong pricing power.
HOLD
HOLD
June 9, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) Natural gas is a tough one to call.
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(Market Call Minute.) Natural gas is a tough one to call.
COMMENT
COMMENT
June 2, 2009
Natural Gas: Preferred seasonality for Alberta natural gas (GAS-T) is from the end of August until the end of December. This trade has worked 7 of the 10 times for an average return of 25% each. You would expect the US Natural Gas (UNG-T) would be very similar but it is from the end of July to the end of October. This is worked 8 of the past 10 periods for an average gain of 17.4% each. This has a lot to do with currency.
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Natural Gas: Preferred seasonality for Alberta natural gas (GAS-T) is from the end of August until the end of December. This trade has worked 7 of the 10 times for an average return of 25% each. You would expect the US Natural Gas (UNG-T) would be very similar but it is from the end of July to the end of October. This is worked 8 of the past 10 periods for an average gain of 17.4% each. This has a lot to do with currency.
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 19, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) Natural gas should be at the bottom of the cycle but he is not expecting too much on the upside. Thinks it gets back to $6-$7 long-term.
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(Market Call Minute.) Natural gas should be at the bottom of the cycle but he is not expecting too much on the upside. Thinks it gets back to $6-$7 long-term.
BUY
BUY
May 4, 2009
(Market Call Minute) Shutting down so supply/demand will shift in favour of it going higher.
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(Market Call Minute) Shutting down so supply/demand will shift in favour of it going higher.
BUY
BUY
February 28, 2005
Bad quarter. Held back by US dollar. Long term benefit.
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Bad quarter. Held back by US dollar. Long term benefit.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 22, 2004
(past top pick June 16, 2004. down 5%) Looks fine.
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(past top pick June 16, 2004. down 5%) Looks fine.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
July 28, 2004
(Past top pick June 16/04. Up slightly.) Still likes.
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(Past top pick June 16/04. Up slightly.) Still likes.
STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
July 21, 2004
One of his favorite junior to growing mid-cap companies. Well-managed.
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One of his favorite junior to growing mid-cap companies. Well-managed.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 16, 2004
Not very low risk. Thin stock. Few shares
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Not very low risk. Thin stock. Few shares
BUY
BUY
March 23, 2004
Run by a brilliant veteran of the business. Not a conservative company. Speculative.
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Run by a brilliant veteran of the business. Not a conservative company. Speculative.
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