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Dan Dicker analyzes the natural gas rally with Jim Cramer and searches for a stock to play it.
Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that the Sloan study on natural gas makes him a big believer in the sector and gives his favorite stock pick.
Natural gas is looking good again and on its way back to $3.25. Natural gas has been as intriguing a trade as that red delicious fruit this year with some awe inspiring volatility. So what next? I admit, I've gone from bullish to bearish to bullish ...
Drillers' stocks are getting slammed, and nat-gas providers are getting a boost from seasonal demand.
I'd rather buy the pullbacks than attempt to call a top in the sector.
Portfolio manager David Peltier thinks this low-dollar energy stock has more room to run.
The UNG is holding its lows and may have found a temporary bottom.
Higher pump prices could get nat-gas vehicles moving, and nat-gas stocks are dirt cheap.
If you started on the wrong side of the trades today, I'd be willing to bet it has gotten worse rather than better.
Earnings season is well upon us, so better to be prepared than, well, taken by surprise.
Research indicates the controversial gas and oil recovery method is getting safer and cheaper to use.
Unless you see a shift in price for the fuel these trends will be reinforced.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include John & Johnson, Netflix, and Continental Resources.